In October, the Article 2 Study Commission of the UUA published a Draft of its proposed revisions to the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. The Draft differs from what most people expected, and an exploration of the Draft reveals there are reasons to rejoice in this surprising proposal.
About our speaker:
Elizabeth DeCoux spent her career practicing law and then teaching law. She has been a member of BBUUC since 2019. Her sermon, Seeing Animals, received the Unitarian Universalist Animal Ministry’s Albert Schweitzer Prize for best sermon by a UU minister or layperson on the topic of our responsibility to animals. Elizabeth serves as BBUUC’s Animal Chaplain.
About our Member Musician:
Sydney Crisp is a third-generation Unitarian Universalist, and has been attending BBUUC since 2004. She has been an accompanist at BBUUC since 2015, and has been playing the piano since 2006. During the 2020 quarantine, she also learned to play the Irish whistle, the ocarina, and the lyre harp. Sydney is proud to help others and herself express their UU faith through music.