No Matter The Cost, Rev. Kent Matthies

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During the last year of his life, before being murdered, Dr. Martin Luther King spoke out against the three-headed monster of militarism, poverty, and racism. Fifty-five years later, how stunning it is to witness the lack of progress. It is difficult to overstate the physical, emotional, and structural obstacles that King and the people of the Civil Rights movement faced. However, King and so many other stayed true to the cause, no matter what the cost. How are we called today to continue the work? What sacrifices must we make? 

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A life-long Unitarian Universalist, Kent came to USG in 2002, bringing a vision for the church to “empower people as disciples of love.” Among his other responsibilities as lead minister he preaches 2 or 3 times per month. He also represents Unitarian Universalism in the community. Kent lives in the Mt. Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia with his wife Kristin and their two sons. For more, see his bio on the Staff Page.