The Chalice and the Flower

Rev. Karen Brammer

In a month our Unitarian Universalist Association will vote on whether to evolve once again our 7 (and for UUUtica, our 8) Principles. No matter the outcome of the vote, our faith will not lose the chalice, nor bury the principles. However, we may gain a flower in which the core is love and each petal an expression of that love in action. It is a flower designed to faithfully respond to the times we are living in.