Ministerial Intern Christopher Wulff and Worship Associate Larry Boldt –
Our Unitarian Universalist communities are always walking the fine line between adopting change that keeps us relevant and maintaining the traditions that make us who we are.
Often our youth and young adults are great examples of holding that tension loosely. So why do some of them echo Star Trek’s Borg in saying “resistance is futile” when talking about finding their adult home in a UU community?
When are we resisting change and when are we upholding tradition?