Eclectic Spirituality and the Future of Our Community

A recent Boston Globe article spoke of the rise of “eclectic” approaches to spirituality in which each person is free to write their own script, drawing from whatever traditions, beliefs, practices, and life experiences are meaningful to them.  Unitarian Universalism has long embraced this approach to spirituality, as well as the idea that people who approach spirituality differently can benefit from being in community together. This service will explore the potential for these cornerstones of UU spirituality to make us an appealing religious option to the type of people described in the Globe article, and what this implies about the type of minister we would like to lead us.

Please note that our final summer Sunday service begins at 11:00 am