That’s what Harvard religion scholar Diana Eck called Unitarian Universalism. But that’s a pretty tall order for a denomination that has not grown in numbers in the past 50 years. So what is it about Unitarian Universalism that makes its future so bright? And how do we get from here to there?
Food and wine writer Sam Gugino has been a member of USG since 2002 and has served the church in a number of capacities. He is most proud of his three-year stint as Membership Chair, two years as Stewardship Chair and three years on the Board of Trustees, the last two as President.