Being Well in Beloved Community, Board President Tom Ott

The concept of community can become so well worn that it is taken for granted as a social phenomenon and, perhaps, hardly considered spiritually. Recently, as the result of much work and discussion, USG was presented with an elegantly written statement of what community can mean to our religious Society. The document combined with a recent illness encouraged me to think deeply about the nature of a religious community and the place of faith in my USG membership. Tom Ott is privileged to serve as president of the Unitarian Society of Germantown and teaches English at Community College of Philadelphia.