A Heretical Faith: The Socinus Window

Join us for the next installment of our “Window” series, this time taking a look at Faustus Socinus, the 16th-century Italian theologian who greatly influenced the development of early Unitarian thought. Socinus rejected the concept of original sin and placed more value on living a moral life than adhering to correct beliefs. His legacy prompts us to ask: What does “faith” mean if we don’t hold up “correct belief” as the goal of religion?

The March 20 service will take place both in-person and online.

RSVPs for the in-person service will open the Wednesday before service, and attendance is limited to the first 100 people who sign up. Masks are required in the sanctuary. Coffee hour will follow in the courtyard. If you are unvaccinated please join us online.

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See you then!

If you miss the service or have trouble connecting, we also post all service videos on our YouTube channel and on our service archive page a day or two after each service.