Last week’s service at the First Unitarian Church of San Francisco on Islam’s month of Ramadan prompted Worship Associate Millie Phillips to reflect on what our Unitarian Universalist faith requires of us.”So, what does Unitarian Universalism require of me?” she asked.

A task that I think no other religion does so completely – to think for myself. To co-create, within the ethical construct of our principles and within the walls of this beloved community, a religion that is historically grounded and ever-evolving; shared, yet uniquely my own.”