What does it mean to be a UU? Whether you’ve been a UU for decades or days, this question can be a tricky one. We are a people with diverse beliefs and practices, and we have been this way since either Unitarianism or Universalism have been around. To identity oneself as a UU often defies easy elevator speeches, but our heritage and history gives us clues to who we are and who we are becoming. This Sunday we will be looking at our ancestors, specifically the women that have shaped both Unitarianism and Universalism. The lives of these women, though their beliefs are many and different, show us what we have inherited through their work, while lighting the path forward into our future.