Right of Conscience and Use of the Democratic Process

11:30am on Zoom

Our 5th Unitarian Universalist principle is the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large. We believe that the granting of power and authority to people should be done democratically both within our congregations and in society at large. One of the most clear and profound examples of this principle is the congregational vote to select a settled minister to serve their religious community. Wildflower will engage this sacred process in the next two weeks. This worship service will explore the challenges, struggles, and blessings of the democratic process and use of conscience both in our congregation and society at large.

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