May 15: “Both/And”

Our world often has us thinking in either/or terms that leaves us feeling as though we have to compete for scarce resources. But our Universalist roots offer us a less divisive approach, helping us engage our faith in a way that lets us live into an understanding of love’s abundance. Join us for this poetry-based service exploring the possibilities of living within our interdependent nature and power. led by Intern Minister Ranwa Hammamy.

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