Preaching Along the Potomac: When to Question

Unitarian Universalists are known for asking questions, and there’s a lot of truth to that. Our very existence as a religion is based on our theological ancestors developing questions about the beliefs and practices of the dominant orthodoxy. And yet, we’re also products of the culture around us, so there are still plenty of things we take for granted—no questions asked. How do we figure out when to question, and when not to?

Part of the Preaching Along the Potomac Series

***This service is hosted by the All Souls Church, Unitarian, in Washington, DC. It will be streamed onsite in the Davies Sanctuary and it can be accessed online via All Souls’ livestream. After the service, Davies will gather as a congregation – onsite and online in our own Zoom room – to share our joys and sorrows, make announcements, and connect through special activities.***