February 25, 2018
"INHERENT WORTH AND DIGNITY"
The First Principle of Unitarian Universalism, “the inherent worth and dignity of every person,” sounds straightforward, but it’s often hard to put into practice in the real world. How do we uphold another’s worth and dignity in times of tension and conflict? How do we answer that age-old question: how can people who do really bad things still have worth and dignity? Let’s explore some answers together.
Presented by: Rev. Chris Hockman