I Choose All, Y’all

“Y’all,” that strange regional and ethnic conjunction, offers a simplicity to speech that can’t be found elsewhere. It is a magnificently elegant linguistic creation.”
Vann R. Newkirk II, senior editor at The Atlantic and the host of the podcast Floodlines.

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My Friend UUCC

 A friend is usually a person defined by Merriam-Webster as a noun that means: one attached to another by affection or esteem.

It is pretty obvious that many people in our community feel attached to UUCC. Affectionately, we take care of the building, and if we didn’t hold it in esteem we probably would not show up to our 11 am ZOOM worship service. Like a friend, we don’t have the same expectations we have with our family of origin. In the religion we call Unitarian Universalism, there is no requirement to attend Sunday worship service handed down by a supreme deity that gets mad if you don’t show.

So why then do we gather? Why do you come to church? What is it about your friend UUCC that makes it a place you want to attend?