Jamestown, N.Y. – Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Jamestown (UUCJ) former Board of Trustees President Emily Garrick will explain the proposed changes to the UU principles and sources at the Sunday, March 12, 10:30 a.m. service.
Her message is “Roots Hold Me Close, Wings Set Me Free.”
“Big changes are in the wind in Unitarian Universalism,” Garrick says. She will examine the past and future, taking a deep dive into Unitarian Universalist principles, sources, and values. “This sermon will help to ground us as we look ahead to General Assembly 2023 and the possible changes that have been proposed to our UU Principles and Purposes.”
The service will include the seven Principles that all Unitarian Universalist congregations affirm, promote, and hold as strong values and moral guides:
A graduate of Jamestown High School and Wells College, Garrick received her MS in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from the University of Rochester. She teaches English as a new language at Jamestown’s Washington Middle School.
A social time follows the service.
Participation can be either in person at 1255 Prendergast Avenue in Jamestown or online. To join virtually, use the link at UUJamestown.org/calendar.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Jamestown is a progressive, liberal religious community serving the southern tier of Western New York and Warren County, Pa. The UUCJ’s mission is to support and celebrate each other, encourage spiritual and individual growth, and serve the wider community.