We are an intentionally diverse community that affirms and promotes Unitarian Universalist principles. In valuing the legacy of our historic urban ministry and our community center, we foster peace, sustainability and justice in our community, our city and the world.
Shared Responsibility: We take shared responsibility to cultivate a culture of abundance through the sharing of our time, talent, and treasure.
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Note: The term Ends refers to the effects we seek to have on the world outside ourselves. Our work will cause something to be different for someone at some cost. The following Ends statements are therefore designed to embrace three parts: (1) The impact, difference, change, benefit or outcome to be obtained in the lives of the populations we serve, often referring to results. This answers the question: what benefit? (2) The identity, description, or characteristics of those who receive the results, referred to as recipients, answers the questions: who benefits? And (3) The monetary expense, relative worth, or relative priority of a result or set of results, or the comparative priority of certain recipients rather than others getting the results, referred to the costs, answer the question: at what cost?