I am working on a project that is for my church, First Unitarian in Denver. It is called "Reframing Family" and will feature predominantly same sex couples and their families. The connection to faith is that one of the main principles of Unitarian Universalism is the inherent worth and dignity of each person. The project is specifically designed to show the families in their homes or other family places and to help show that they are, indeed, families in the most real sense. To me this is a very important statement of of my religious faith. I understand that there is an intersection here with the political, but isn't that the case with most core beliefs?