Our Fifth Principle: The Right of Conscience and The Use of the Democratic Process within our Congregations and in Society at Large

We may understand why conscience is important to our religion, but what does Unitarian Universalism have to do with democracy? Linda will discuss why democracy and Unitarian Universalism have been allied since long before our parent faiths merged in in 1961. She will also talk about how crucial the right of conscience is at this particular moment in American history.

After nine years as a Unitarian Universalist, Linda has come to the shocking conclusion that she is in fact a religious person. That revelation came as a direct result of preparing this sermon. Linda is very grateful to this church and congregation for many reasons: not least of them is being given the privilege of speaking from the pulpit.

Worship Leader: Jay Gardner
Accompanist: Gary Smart