KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – “The Practices We Keep” is the title of the sermon this Sunday, July 1, at the Unitarian Universalist Community of Lake County.
The service starts at 11 a.m. at 3810 Main St. (First and Main) in Kelseyville.
Guests are encouraged to attend to learn more about the traditions of Unitarian Universalism.
The sermon will be presented by the Rev. Ben Meyers, minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Berkeley.
He will take a look at the sources, principles and practices of this denomination.
“Unitarian Universalism is based upon religious thought and spiritual actions that require a constancy of merger, fusion, adaptation and change to maintain its value and relevancy,” Meyers said. “How can such a paradox be maintained? What are some of the ways we embody these practices today? What practices will we need to adopt to move into the future?”
Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion with Jewish-Christian roots. It has no creed. It affirms the worth of human beings, advocates freedom of belief and the search for advancing truth, and offers a warm, open, supportive community for people who believe that ethical living is the supreme witness of religion.
For more information, call 707-587-4243 or visit www.uuclc.org .