The Spiritual Grounding for Our Anti-Racism Work
Our Unitarian Universalist movement and Wildflower Church has set the intention of actively
becoming anti-racist in our practices and culture. This is challenging, difficult, and important
work to undertake. Some within our movement question this being a purpose of church, some
question our method of undertaking this goal, some are committed to working on this, and
most people struggle with the complexity of the task. This questioning is good and can be very
healthy in helping us living more effectively into our purpose. This worship service will explore
the spiritual grounding for our anti-racism work and the challenges we are facing.