Are We The Ones We Have Been Waiting For

Unitarian Universalist history is rife with colonizer thinking, failure to embrace change, and examples of “slow to act.”  And yet we know that a tendency toward love of one another and right action has always been a part of our ethos. As we look at our struggle to fully embrace Beloved Community, what do we actually see and do?  How can we ensure that the way we show up in the world matches with our abstract vision and mission?
Catherine Vance is a member of BAUUC who is a trained interfaith chaplain, a writer,  and an aspirant to UU ministry attending Iliff School of Theology in Denver.