Sunday, December 12 — In-Person and Online “The Gospel of Unitarian Universalism: Two Kinds of Good News” Rev. Mike Franch


The word “gospel” comes from the Anglo-Saxon word for “good news.” We don’t use it much in our denomination, especially those of us who tend humanist, but it’s a good word, and we’ve got good news to proclaim. In fact, we have some upper-case Good News and some lower-case good news. They’re both good, but I think it’s important to know which is which. — Mike Franch

  • Dr. Mike Franch, guest speaker
  • Annie Lavin, service leader
  • Ford Schuman & Bernard Bennington, musicians

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