Unitarian Universalism’s greatest diversity challenge may be about class. While the values of this liberal faith promote equity, equality, and diversity, congregations tend to be populated by educated professionals. How does social class influence congregational life, here at UUFD and denominationally. What does class have to do with the theologies we promote, the ministries we offer, the membership we attract and keep? Does UUFD fit the profile discussed by Rev. Mark Harris in his recent
book Elite, about classism in Unitarian Universalist history?
Topics: Justice & Equity