Humanism today for many Unitarian Universalists is a home for reason and knowledge, awe and wonder, evolution, social justice, beauty and love. It is a place for community and social concern that lifts up the worth of each person. It encourages both reflection and action. It cares more about how you live your life than what you believe. Join Rev. Ginger Luke for a look at religious humanism within Unitarian Universalism today.
Reverend Ginger Luke is currently the Minister Emerita of River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Bethesda, Maryland. Her article, “Love as the Ethical Basis” was recently published in Humanist Voices in Unitarian Universalism and in the UU World Spring 2017 issue. She served as the Director of Religious Education or Minister of Religious Education in UU congregations in Lincoln, Nebraska; Minneapolis, Ann Arbor, and Bethesda.