To Live a Living Tradition: Faith, Change and Responsibility
Unitarian Universalism has long referred to itself as a “Living Tradition.” We find evidence for this in the title of our hymnal — “Singing the Living Tradition.” But what does it mean to be a Living Tradition? How does that differentiate us from other faiths? This Sunday, we’ll explore those questions as well as the implications and assumptions that grow out of that perspective, eventually leading us to perhaps the most provocative and challenging questions of all: if we are a Living Tradition, oriented toward change and growth and responding to the world as it is now, exactly where are we called to move in these times? And within this diverse faith tradition, can we trust ourselves and one another to figure it out?