Immigration and Cultural Hospitality

Sermon IV in the Year-Long Series
“Unitarian Universalism and Culture”
Scott writes, “We are in an unsettling time when the current President of these United States, many in Congress, and something close to half the American people are openly expressing their fear of and hostility toward immigrants and refugees. America has always been a growing nation of immigrants and refugees, and this openness has greatly contributed to both our economic and social strength as a culture–but that hospitable “habit of the heart” now seems threatened. Do be with us as we explore how open and welcoming a nation America will or should be.”

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