As we enter black history month, Rev. Egan will take a look at our Unitarian Universalist history of racism and classism, and how this continues to affect us today. While we assert that we honor the intrinsic worth and dignity of everyone, our UU faith has often failed to live up to this ideal. We hope you will join us following the service in the Vestry for a congregational conversation, where all are invited to talk about this difficult topic. Come let your voice be heard!