One of the oldest and most important practices in the Unitarian Universalist tradition is congregational self-governance. This practice requires us to call out from among our congregation leaders who serve for a period of time on our nominating committee, our board, and in other leadership roles, serving the mission of the church and helping us navigate a changing world while living our values. In this service, Rev. Rachel will reflect on the importance of this practice – which connects us to the Puritans over 400 years ago—and some of our current leaders will share what they have learned as a leader of People’s Church.
You can access the order of service HERE.