Lifting Up & Letting Go: Worship in a Unitarian Universalist Context

Services are held at 9:15 & 11:00 a.m. each Sunday. UUs often have an aversion to “churchy” words like church, God, faith, even the word, religion itself. Perhaps none sticks in the craw more than the word worship does. For many it conjures up images of crouching, cowering masses belittling themselves and shirking their own agency and responsibility before an imaginary deity. What does “worship” mean for us as UUs? Is it a word we can rightly use to describe what we do, or one that should be discarded for another?

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