Spring Forward – Set your clocks an hour ahead! Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday, March 8th at 2:00 am.
Don’t forget to set your clocks one hour ahead Saturday night (or if you’re a very early bird – officially at 2:00 am Sunday morning).
On February 9th, same sex marriage became the law in Alabama. The grandstanding by Chief Justice Moore was a classic Governor Wallace move. Probate judges refused to honor the federal court ruling. M
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Sadly the class facilitator has fallen ill; please keep an eye on our website for a rescheduled date.
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The selection from Pennington’s book on Bernard’s writing, is section 7b from the essay “On Grace and Free Will.” In this section, Bernard speaks of three freedoms: a “freedom from sin, freedom from
Andrew Paik, teacher, longtime Reclaiming member and founder of Free Activist Witchcamp, has passed away. The above photo was taken only days before his death. As indicated in a public post written by
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The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.
Talk about your Unitarian Universalist community, for all to hear From the Unitarian Universalist Association Board of Trustees : How do you engage in Unitarian Universalism? Share your own true stor
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"Theology is about eternal things". Someone once said that to me, objecting to what he called "political advocacy" in church. And really, I suppose he was right in line with traditional theology. Theo
Today begins a series of articles on A Course of Miracles and Unitarian Universalism. Unitarian Universalism draws from many sources and usually identifies six. This series will outline and suggest a
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I am off from school today due to a pending winter storm. I had planned to begin a class on box making for home schooled students. But that will be delayed for one more week. Yesterday in wood shop c
Letter to the editor Roanoke Times: Our answer to the question: “What kind of energy do we want”? in your “Blowing in the wind” editorial is – renewable. My wife and I supported the construction of
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In other news, musical everything lessons started up again today. Yessss. Technically, they are guitar lessons, but because I have the world’s most patient guitar teacher, he allows me to direct, whic
Find out about Episode #28 for the CUUPS Podcast which includes a sermon on the First Principle Project, news about two new chapters and the CUUPS Sermon Contest.
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The Unitarian Universalist Association Board meets, starting this Thursday (tomorrow). Two congregations have applied for membership. Open Door Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Owensboro, Kentucky.
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Rev. Marlin Lavanhar, All Soul's Church, Tulsa, OK on 02/15/15 in a sermon entitled, "Ordinary problems". You can watch the whole sermon by clicking here.
A 1928 Republican Party Election poster. On March 4, 1929 Charles Curtis was sworn into office as the 31st Vice President of the United States. Historically, Vice-Presidents tend to be an obscure lot.
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“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” ―Lao Tzu Who do you love with a depth that gives you greater courage? The Daily Compass offers words
During this third day of Women’s History Month I’ve been reading El Cuaderno de Maya (Maya’s Notebook), by a female writer of historic significance, Isabel Allende. My Spanish teacher was shrewd: he b
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