October 17, 2021

Rev. Dr. Stephanie May

To live in a shared, intersecting world inevitably means we exist within political relationships that shape how we interact with others in our towns, Commonwealth, and nation. In our faith tradition, we promote the use of democracy as a political expression of our values of the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Given a commitment to these values, how might we respond to the fractures and brokenness in our democratic systems today?