We Unitarian Universalists sometimes are hesitant to think of our selves as “a people of faith” because we’re not sure what “faith” means. What would it mean if we asked ourselves what it would mean not to have faith in something, but to live with fidelity?
Bio: The Rev. Dr. Matthew Johnson spent his teenage years at East Shore, where he learned from Leon, Barbara, and Peter what ministry might mean. He has served as the Senior Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church, Rockford, IL since 2008. He’s the co-chair of the UUA’s Presidential Search Committee, the author of “Newborn Bards: A Theology of Preaching for Unitarian Universalists,” the parent of two inquisitive children, and a perpetual daydreamer.