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Introduction, Session 5: Unitarian Universalism

In "Amazing Grace," a Tapestry of Faith program

My Church Believes in Civil Rights for All

— Bumper stick produced by the Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church in Portland, Maine, during a state referendum about the rights of sexual minorities

This session is the first of four that focuses specifically on what Unitarian Universalism has to say about virtue and sin. It opens with a play, which shows that Unitarian Universalism honors many diverse ideas but places great value on its stated Principles and its reliance on many Sources. Participants will formulate their own succinct statements about Unitarian Universalist beliefs about virtue and sin. They will hear an African story that explains why wisdom is widespread, and they create bumper stickers about their religion.

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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.

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