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Goals (Faith like a River)

This program will:

  • Introduce the rich history of Unitarian Universalism from the beginning of our theological heritage to contemporary times
  • Explore our inheritance of theology, practice, and institutional organization as manifested in various times and places in our history
  • Present some of the events, historical settings, and people that influenced Unitarianism, Universalism, and Unitarian Universalism
  • Demonstrate connections between historical events, people, and stories and current Unitarian Universalist values, symbols, organizational structures, and traditions
  • Engage participants with primary source materials
  • Encourage participants to explore the history of their own congregations
  • Give participants the tools and inspiration to research more deeply topics of particular interest
  • Offer participants a way to enter into the story of Unitarian Universalism so that it becomes personally relevant.

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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.

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