The Unitarian Universalist Association expects all of its member congregations to welcome and value diversity of sexual and affectional orientation, gender identity and expression, race and ethnicity, ability/disability, class and educational background, age, and citizenship status.
But theoretical welcome is very different from lived welcome. How can we truly embody a spirit of radical hospitality? Here are some ideas to deepen your congregation's welcome and inclusion!
No matter who your congregation is, where you're located, how big or small you are, or what your history is around welcome and inclusion, you can reach out in new ways!
For more information contact lgbtq @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Thursday, August 1, 2013.
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