“Is There a Place for Resurrection in the UU Faith?,” by Tinka Friend

Easter Sunday sermon is always a tough one for most UU ministers and lay leaders unless the UU congregation is predominantly Christian. The usual default is to focus on the Spring season, the Spring Equinox or Ostara. That has shown to be pretty safe topics, and no one is usually offended by those kinds of sermons. Many Unitarian Universalists struggle with the relevance of the Easter story in the modern age. This Easter Sunday, Tinka Friend takes a look at “Is There a Place for the Resurrection in the UU Faith?”

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