Rev. Paul Boothby with Worship Associate Jim Kern. What does Unitarian Universalism look like in public life? Though we try to interject civility and find common ground in all situations, what do we do if we feel angry, afraid or uncertain? How do we respond from the heart of our values with people who seem unreasonable? Rev. Paul Boothby is a fifth generation UU and identifies himself as a Religious Humanist. He has served First Unitarian Church of Lynchburg for ten years.
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