From time to time it is good to recall and reclaim what centers our Unitarian Universalist faith tradition. We were born out of a spirit of revolutionary love, elemental yet profound, nearly four centuries ago. It is the spirit that sustained our integrity over and over. What does revolutionary love require of us at this pivotal, “make-it-or-break-it” time?
Rev. Bill Graves is pleased to return to ESUC where he signed the membership book in 1979 and served as president of its board of trustees in 1986-87. After retiring from his law practice he was so smitten by UUism that he became an ordained minister and served our congregations in Tacoma, Mount Vernon and Ellensburg. He is now retired (a second time) and lives on Whidbey Island.