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"We have faith in generosity, a conviction that our shared gifts of love and labor can heal ourselves and others."
—Rev. Terry Sweetser, Vice President for Stewardship and Development, Introduction of The Abundance of Our Faith: Award-Winning Sermons on Giving
It is the season of generosity, of giving and receiving, sometimes in unexpected ways.
For many Unitarian Universalists, generosity is a spiritual practice rooted fundamentally in our history and culture. It is the generosity of individuals that sustains our movement and helps it to thrive.
The Unitarian Universalist Association, over the years, has witnessed countless acts of selflessness and generosity. We are sincerely grateful and continuously inspired by these acts.
Please share with us what generosity means to you in your life.
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Last updated on Thursday, September 8, 2011.
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