Elevator Speech (1st Attempt)

Ours is a faith strengthened by engagement and contrast, rather than fidelity or uniformity.  How we live out our values is more important than what we believe, aspiring to embody an inclusive, loving, and just community and world.  The healthy fluidity of examined religious beliefs need not compel one to search for a new spiritual home.  In gathering together — in the present as well as tracing our historical roots — we believe we can strengthen our spiritual practices and thus transform each other and the world.

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  1. Aimee says:

    “How we live out our values is more important than what we believe, aspiring to embody an inclusive, loving, and just community and world.”

    This is my favorite part, and for me, it is the most important. I’m still working on my own elevator speech, and I wish you well in your ongoing search for truth and meaning!

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