Every Sunday we gather to restate our beliefs, reaffirm our covenant and, of course, to worship. But who or what do we worship? The bedrock of most religions is a unified belief in the divine, whoever or whatever their divine might be. We don’t do that. Our vision of the holy is different from that of most other faiths. What is it that holds us together? Alok is a a retired professor from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He is a professional speaker and a long-time member of the congregation at the Bay Area Unitarian Universalist Church.