Holding On and Letting Go

Unitarian Universalists are usually proud to point to our movement as a “living tradition,” and we like to think of ourselves as agents of change – until growth requires us to let something go, or someone wants to change something we like just fine the way it is. The Article 2 Study Commission has brought a proposal to the Unitarian Universalist Association that will require us to discern how we want to describe the covenant that member congregations make with each other – what will we hold onto, and what are we willing to let go as we evolve?
Rev. Lyn Marshall serves as the Minister of Lifespan Faith Development at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Concord, NH. She earned her Master of Divinity from the Meadville Lombard Theological School and became the first full-time intern minister  at Allen Avenue (with Rev. Myke Johnson as her teaching pastor) in 2014-2015.

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