How Many UU Churches Are On The ‘Wrong Side of the Tracks’?

I hadn’t realized that I was talking about the same subject in two different ways in my last two posts.

So I’m going to ask a blunt question:

How many UU churches are on the wrong side of the (proverbial) tracks?

There is a conversation to be had about reaching out to the malleable ‘nones’ and why UU youth leave in larger numbers and why some who seem to be “natural” fits with UUism choose to go somewhere else, but in order to have that conversation we have to see the log(s) that is/are in our eyes. When is that going to happen?

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One thought on “How Many UU Churches Are On The ‘Wrong Side of the Tracks’?

  1. Well, considering how persistently I have been pointing out the log jam in U*U eyes for well over I decade now. . . and how obstinately U*Us have refused to acknowledge their glaringly obvious failings, which include some fairly serious injustices and abuses, I have reasonable grounds to believe that it won’t be any time soon.

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