Spiritual Strengths, Part 6: Tolerance

red poppy still life standing out against an industrial landscapeNovember 11

Rev. Barbara W. ten Hove, co-minister; Betty Petras, worship associate, with guest pianist Marcia Smith Hill

For years, Unitarian Universalists were called the religion of Freedom, Reason and Tolerance. But “tolerance” has been challenged, deservedly so. Why just tolerate what we might celebrate? But I’m not ready to give up on tolerance. It’s a spiritual strength we still need.