In this service from May 7, 2017, the first homily is delivered by Intern Minister Kellie C. Kelly. Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor follows with his homily. As our wider Unitarian Universalist community grapples with how our faith tradition perpetuates institutional racism, Intern Minister Kellie Kelly and Senior Minister Rev. Alan Taylor reflect on the discomforting reality that many Unitarian Universalists of color struggle with subtle nuances of white supremacy culture among our institutions. How shall we embody our aspirations and help build the Beloved Community?
The theme for the month of May is how to be a community of embodiment. To read about our theme-based ministry, please visit http://www.unitytemple.org/faith-development/soul-connections on our website.