“Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable...Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.”
― Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
What is the view from here? What is our collective vision of the justice work we want to do in the world? How does the lens of being a part of Unitarian Universalism inspire and sustain us in the way forward?
As the words of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. remind us, expanding justice requires struggle, suffering, and, sacrifice. This week, we meditate on a soul-searching question:
What is so important about Unitarian Universalism that you would be willing to sacrifice for it?
Hopefully, our answers will remind us of who we are together, and propel us into another daring year of being
The whole month of March, we engage our Annual Fund Drive theme of "UUCMC: In Focus." This past week, we focused in on Creating Community, literally taking a picture of who we are. Our focus shifts now to Transforming Ourselves—how do things look, both outside ourselves and within? Let's join together to focus on our view of what's important:
the view from here requires the participation of us all