The 8th Principle: We Are Always Becoming

Join Paula Cole Jones, a national advocate for racial justice, for a service on the emerging changes to Unitarian Universalists’ commitment to anti-racism. It will be a chance to consider, “Who do we need to be to make Beloved Community a reality?”

NOTE: This will be a joint service with the Unitarian Universalists of the Chester River and the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton. Rev. Sue Browning will partner with Paula Cole Jones for the service. There will not be an in person service on October 31. The Zoom link is below.

Background on our speaker
Paula Cole Jones is a life-long Unitarian Universalist and a Management Consultant with over twenty years of experience in designing and facilitating workshops and dialogues for leaders and organizations. She is an innovator of institutional change. In 1999, Paula founded ADORE, A Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity. Her work includes being a leader in advancing the 8th Principle and the Community of Communities as practices of the Beloved Community. Paula is the author of a UU World Magazine cover story, Reconciliation as a Spiritual Discipline.  She is also the editor of a Skinner House book, Encounters: Poems about Race, Ethnicity and Identity and a contributing author to three Skinner House books, including the UUA Common Read, Justice on Earth.

The Zoom link for the service is:

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