With thanks to composer Dan Matz, here is his song, "Love is the Doctrine of this Church." The words are by Rev. L. Griswold Williams, who instead of fighting in World War I built houses for people in the war zone. He was kicked out of seminary for speaking up for better working conditions for immigrants in Meadville, Pennsylvania, but after the war became a Universalist minister in Reading.
Here are the words:
As we celebrate George Washington's birthday, we remember the man who freed the people his family had held as slaves. The man who warned against the divisiveness of party politics or religion. The man who (within the context of his times) believed religious principles to be necessary in order to make people behave morally and ethically. Liberty walks hand-in-hand with our responsibility to uphold principles of ethics and right behavior. These are important for the sake of unity. For these reasons we must open our eyes to the great dividers of racism, sexism, class-ism, age-ism, able-ism. More than just politeness, it's about freedom for all humanity.