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Sunday Sermon: Rev Donna Compton
It's Here! The 'web of interdependence' was perceived or intuited by mystics of many faiths for centuries. However, the idea that we 'are connected to everything and everybody' is no longer a mystical or intuited concept; it's not even a projection of future thinkers like those who adhere to the Gaia hypothesis in the 1980s. It's here. We are an integral part of all of 'it' but we are still left with profound choices informed by our faith and our scientific understandings. What are those choices and how do our values impact them? Let's talk.

Channing Unitarian Universalist Church

2800 West 15th Street · Edmond, OK

What we're about

At Channing, our mission is to provide a safe, affirming, and encouraging place for the progressive religious community to explore spirituality through education, religious service, and involvement in issues of community concern, social justice, and civil liberties.

Unitarian Universalists (UUs) believe in complete but responsible freedom of speech, thought, belief, faith, and disposition. We believe that each person is free to search for his or her own personal truth on issues like the existence, nature, and meaning of life, deities, creation, and afterlife. UUs can come from any heritage, have any sexual orientation, and hold beliefs from a variety of cultures or religions.

Concepts about deity are diverse among UUs. Some believe that there is no god (atheism); others believe in many gods (polytheism). Some believe that God is a metaphor for a transcendant reality. Some believe in a female god (goddess), a passive god (Deism), a Christian god, or a god manifested in nature or one which is the "ground of being". Some UUs reject the idea of deities and instead speak of "universal spirit" or "reverence for life". Unitarian Universalists support each person's search for truth and meaning in concepts of deity.

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