The “original sin” of racism is our heritage in America, deeply woven into even our Unitarian and Universalist faith and theology .How can we change our trajectory to individually and collectively repent the sin of racism? Let us re-imagine our ever-evolving faith to build the … read more.
A Memoir of Civil Disobedience in Maricopa County
Annette Marquis, 2013
Skinner House Books
Meagan & Ahmad
"Our family has been attending UUCP off and on for a few years, and we recently decided to become members of this amazing community. As individuals, we have both questioned the value of organized religion to varying degrees over the last decade or so, and until we visited UUCP it wasn't clear that we would ever want to be a part of a faith community again at all. This congregation has opened our eyes to the love and peace that can come with religion, and we're so happy to have spent time with you."
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