Dan Klimke with Worship Associate Madelaine Clarke – As Unitarian Universalist’s, many of us identify with the phrase “spiritual but not religious,” a popular expression used to self-identify a life-stance of spirituality that takes issue with organized religion as the sole or most valuable means of furthering spiritual growth.
Turns out, this is the fastest growing faith identity in North America.
But what does it really mean? Where does Unitarian Universalism fit with “spiritual but not religious?” What role does or should community play in support of those identifying as spiritual but not religious?
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