Rev. Cassandra Howe – May 19, 2019
Free choice is perhaps the most fundamental part of being Unitarian Universalist. The desire of religious communities made not by obligation or law but by people freely choosing to come together is the beginning of congregational polity (and Puritan existence in North America), a structure that we still practice today. Free choice is also the foundation of covenant. Covenant being made of the promises people make one to another, presumably promises that are freely chosen. Another way of thinking about choice is desire. We desire to “walk together” as the original Puritan covenants once said. Join us as we consider covenant and how we might live it in our life together.
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