In today’s world, hope and courage seem to be in short supply. How do we cultivate them? Kozen is the abbot of Trout Lake Abbey where Rev. Lo spent one month of her sabbatical.
Join us for part II of our denominational reflection requested of our member churches by Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism. Part II continues the conversation on interrupting the culture of white supremacy in Unitarian Universalism. Rev. Jae will lead us in a reflection and worship to renew our commitment of radical inclusivity.
Each week brings some other tragedy or outrage. But, in the midst of it all, there is a not so still voice proclaiming, “Love Has Already Won.”
We have talked a great deal about “hope” as that thing we are all seeking in these times. But these times call for more than mere hope. They call for courage. What does it mean to be courageous? What are the simple and complex issues of courage?