Voting Gray

Emphasized in American politics are “single-issue” voters. These voters place one issue ahead of all others so much so that they are willing to vote against their values on many issues to align with their preference on their single most important question. This dynamic raises questions of purity and pragmatism and of the broad effects of each approach. What does our faith have to say about single issues, the common good, and the many shades of gray involved in voting today?

Rev. Bill is grateful to Elizabeth and Steve Silverman for supporting UU Princeton by “purchasing” the topic of this sermon at the 2017 Fellowship Auction! Want to give Rev. Bill the topic for a service? The 2018 Auction is right around the corner on Feb. 10, 2018 – bid your way to the top!

Worship Leader: Rev. Bill Neely
Worship Associate: (to be announced)
Music: Kids’ Chorale; Victoria Chow, piano; Marjorie Herman