Rev. Liz is excited to be able to share this Sunday’s service together with her good friend and colleague, Rev. John Crestwell. Rev. Crestwell says this about the service: “Life is full of change and transformation. The Unitarian Universalist I have become today is not the same one I was 20 years ago. The work has taken its toll. However, I still believe our faith is one of the best options for people seeking pluralism and interdependence. And I also know that the road to being anti-racist and anti-oppressive is long and difficult.”
In this sermon, Rev. Crestwell, Co-Executive Minister at the UU Church of Annapolis, Maryland, offers some of his stories, insights and hope as he explains why he continues believe in our UU faith tradition as a vehicle for, and to, human freedom.