A Church That Welcomes Atheists

A Church That Welcomes Atheists

Raised Catholic but now without faith, Marcy still missed the community feeling of spiritual worship. Much to her surprise, she found exactly what she was looking for:

As someone who has lost her religion, I still seek the community that a church can provide. Over the past few years, I have occasionally attended church services, but I’ve been an imposter.

I was curious to attend a church service where I could feel at home. The Unitarian Universalist church, while based upon a legacy of Judeo-Christian beliefs, doesn’t emphasize belief in a certain creed...

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