One in five Americans describes themselves as “spiritual but not religious.” What does this mean? This sermon will explore the various private practices that spiritual people may affirm, as compared to rejection of the public rituals and statements of faith professed by organized religion. Reverend Nate ask what happens when the supermajority of the members of a Unitarian Universalist congregation describe themselves in this way? Isn’t it ironic that many UUs have an allergy to religion and yet are members of a religion?
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