Everyone Has a Name

When conflicting values cause us to question what we should do, we must remember who we are. Our names, whether those given to us by our parents, the blowing wind, or the waves of the Great Lakes, remind us of true selves. When we remember who we are before the world told us who it wanted us to be, we will not need to ask ourselves what to do.

As this is a 5th Sunday, we will give our entire loose offering in support of Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU).