Our Puritan Legacy

During the 1630s some 20,000 English Puritans (ancestors on our Unitarian side) settled in New England and established parish churches. Here, they had a groundbreaking idea about how churches should be organized, a form of governance we still practice today. Come hear about our Puritan legacy and its surprising influence on Unitarian Universalism today. Worship Associate: Ward Hammond.
If you are unable to attend in person, you can watch it online here.