San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
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Unitarian Universalism does not have a mandatory set of beliefs or a restrictive creed. Each member is free to seek religious and spiritual development according to the dictates of conscience and intellect.
As a member fellowship of the Unitarian Universalist Association, the San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship promotes The Principles and Purposes of the Unitarian Universalist Association in our Fellowship life and in our individual lives.
Most Recent Episode
"In This Refulgent Summer" - Rev. Scottie McIntyre Johnson
4 days ago
Our 19th century Unitarian ancestor, Ralph Waldo Emerson, opened a famous speech at Harvard Divinity School on July 15, 1838 with those words. Emerson’s address harshly criticized and profoundly altered the nature and character of the Unitarianism of his day. Is the Unitarian Universalism of the 21st century in need of a similar change of course? In our own "refulgent summer", let us consider what we might learn from "Waldo", as Emerson's friends called him. (P.S. "Refulgent" is a wonderful word that means "shining brightly, resplendent".)