Third Person Unitarian

In the 19th-century, many Unitarians described themselves as “first-person Unitarians,” meaning they believed in only the first part of the idea of the Trinity—God the Father, but not God the Son or God the Holy Spirit. However, in the 21st-century, it’s possible that the concept of a “third-person Unitarian” may be more relevant. This service will explore contemporary Unitarian Universalist concepts of spirit. (This week our designated offering will benefit PIIN, the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network.)