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Do We Really Mean It?

For decades, our UU congregations have proudly proclaimed our welcome for everyone.  Yet we still struggle to make good on that promise.  After a year of upheaval and challenge, we are at a turning point.  Rev. Manwell brings the story of one small congregation’s response, and a challenge.

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I grew up in a military life. We lived on military bases most of the time. Church was based on only three religions, Judaism, Catholicism and Protestant. I had questions that never really got answered. How could God condemn so many people that weren’t of the Christian faith? How could Paul have the impression of Women he did? I just couldn’t believe in a vengeful God. I have had these questions since I was ten and studying the bible. The older I got the more I believed that Man was responsible for Humanity and the Earth.

Getting married in church was the last time I went to church and that’s been over 40 years. My husband had the same beliefs. He believed he was an atheist. He never found the Unitarian Universalist religion. He died in 2007. In 2010, I found the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Chesapeake. I found my religion. The Congregation is worm and accepting of all people. They live what they believe.

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  • Do We Really Mean It?

    For decades, our UU congregations have proudly proclaimed our welcome for everyone.  Yet we still struggle to make good on that promise.  After a year of upheaval and challenge, we are at a turning point.  Rev. Manwell brings the story of one small congregation’s response, and a challenge.

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