Although many of us are uncomfortable with the word, there are times when it seems to apply. Our Unitarian forebearers worked relatively hard to avoid facing the reality, nature, and depth of human evil, but when humanity behaves inhumanely, sometimes there can be no other word suitable to describe them. On this Sunday before Holocaust Remembrance Day we will consider evil, where it comes from and what we might be able to do in the face of it. We will also remember and honor those all over the world who have suffered and died at the hands of others. In the face of evil, sometimes all we can do is remember those who were lost.
Worship Leader: Rev. Suzanne Marsh
Worship Associate: Karen Fothergill