Rev. Meg Roberts
The title of this service is inspired by words of Francis David, Transylvanian minister, in one of the first Unitarian movements in the world, in 16th century Europe. Come and hear why he crossed over the threshold from one set of beliefs into another and, by doing so, became a heretic. Why does freedom of religion, the use of reason in religion, and the need for compassion, come out as the gold of Unitarianism? We’ll consider how our Unitarian ancestor’s life is relevant for us today at Beacon as we learn from each other’s beliefs, ideas and lives.