Thank you. But I am not quite okay.

Click here (Part 1 and Part 2) to watch videos of the Service.Covenants are essential to right relations in a community. Viewing our congregational life through the new lens of the 8th Principle we start with examination of our covenant. What does it look like when we center the marginalized, embrace accountability and challenge ourselves to deal with conflict and not to avoid it? Let us look together upon the words meant to bind us as we journey towards multicultural Beloved community as a goal of our congregation.

Miguel Pagán and his wife Nisha have been members of UUCLB for a decade. Miguel has served on the UUCLB Worship committee where he helped organize and develop lay lead services as a worship associate and as worship leader. Miguel has recently completed work with the Ministerial Search Committee and 8th Principle Task force and is one of UUCLB’s Chalice Award recipients for 2020. Miguel and Nisha continue to enjoy UUCLB as a spiritual home along with their three children Evan, Christopher and Peter.