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March 12–Humility: Strong, Like the Earth

Humility.  Humble.  Humiliate.  Humus.  That last word is not the good, golden stuff make from chick peas!  (that’s hummus).  Humus is the starting place for a discussion on humility.  We have talked

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Words of Wisdom? (Site / Info)


Protected: My Story – Parish Abuse and Unitarian Universalism, Part 1

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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Radical Rev. (Site / Info)

Unitarian Universalism Ministry UUA

March 11, 2018

WHAT DO WOMEN WANT? Rev. Kit Ketcham, March 11, 2018             Not long before he died, Dr. Sigmund Freud reportedly said “ The great question that has never been answered, and which I have not yet

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Ms. Kitty's Saloon and Road Show (Site / Info)

Sermon: Grace Alone

This is the manuscript of the sermon I preached today at Universalist National Memorial Church. The texts, from the Revised Common Lectionary are Ephesians 2:1-10 and John 3:14-21. Grace Alone Thank y

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Rev. Scott Wells (Site / Info)

Uncategorized preaching

Inside the Lines

On knowing ourselves and setting limits.

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Unitarian Church of Los Alamos (Site / Info)


Been In the Storm So Long

200 years ago, in 1818, a slave girl by the name of Harriet Jacobs was born. Her father’s widely known and respected skill as a carpenter earned him unusual privileges and he and his wife were able to

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Soul Seeds (Site / Info)

Unitarian Universalism Stories Sermons and Homilies Spiritual Growth and Development Social Issues Womanism Harriet Jacobs chattel slavery theology of suffering CaShawn Thompson #BlackGirlMagic

Get Over Your Fear of Religion!

All some people seem to want is a vague and trite spirituality that makes them feel good and tells them everything’s going to be OK whether it really is or not. But if you want a deep spiritual practi

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John Beckett (Site / Info)

Paganism Religion Theology Pagan polytheism Deepak Chopra spiritual but not religious

11 March 2018 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (11 March 2018) at 11:00 AM for  “The Spirit of Change” by Omari Ho-Sang. March is Women’s History Month and it also marks a community-wide month-long celebration of women. Fo

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18 March 2018 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth (Site / Info)

Uncategorized Worship social justice

No Adult Religious Education Class — 11 March 2018

There is no 9:15 AM adult religious education class on Sunday (11 March 2018). We are taking a break between religious education pillars and make the daylight savings time change easier on all of us.

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18 March 2018 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth (Site / Info)

Religious Education


A colleague, whom I consider a front-line soldier in the fight for racial justice, asked a question on Facebook and tagged me. I needed a minute to contemplate her important question. Here it is: "Loo

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A Jersey Girl in Kentucky (Site / Info)

Going! Going! Almost gone!

On March 24, kids and families will take to the streets of Washington DC to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools today. A

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Changing the World @ the UUFP (Site / Info)

social justice 2018 Marches March For Our Lives

Turkeys Visiting

Yesterday, I looked out a window and saw a turkey in the driveway.  When I went on the deck to get a closer look, it flew up to the maple tree in our neighbors yard.  But then I looked up and discover

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Finding Our Way Home (Site / Info)

spirituality Birds Awake to Earth Earth Community trees Pitch Pine Turkey

Why we need hermeneutics

By hermeneutics, I understand the ability to listen to the other in the belief that he [sic] could be right. — from a 1996 interview with Hans-Georg Gadamer, “Die Welt als Speigelkabinett: Zum 350. Ge

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Yet Another Unitarian Universalist (Site / Info)

Meditations Hans-Georg Gadamer philosophical hermenutics

The Exodus Should Not Be Quiet…Whether It’s Out of White Evangelicalism or Unitarian Universalism

I will write more about this after next week, but wanted to give some initial thoughts here. In today’s New York Times there is an in-depth article exploring the exodus of African Americans from heavi

1 week ago

East Of Midnight (Site / Info)

Theology Unitarian Universalism UU UU Theology UUA racism race Liberal Religion misc. UU politics UUs of color UU congregations African Americans racial minorities

Interdependent Web: An unfulfilled imagining, a culture of complicity, breaking open

Heather Christensen A weekly roundup of blogs and other user-generated web content about Unitarian Universalism

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UU World Editors’ Blog (Site / Info)

Media roundup: Maine congregation will lead satellite March for Our Lives event

Rachel Walden A weekly guide to stories about Unitarian Universalists from other media sources.

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UU World Editors’ Blog (Site / Info)

So much beauty

When the sun rises on the day after a snow storm, there is so much beauty everywhere.  The light, the lines of branches highlighted in white and gold, the patterns… and the songs of birds, which don’t

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Finding Our Way Home (Site / Info)

spirituality beauty Awake to Earth trees Walk snow Robins Maine Sunrise

Living Life as a Blessing

I'd love to be able to give to everyone who asks me, and I can't. Here's what I try to do: bless the money I give, and also bless the requests I cannot fund even though I wish I could.

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Quest for Meaning (Site / Info)

Quest Blog

212: The Ten Commandments: A Radical Manifesto for the 21st Century with Ana Levy-Lyons

Our hosts chatted with Rev. Ana Levy-Lyons from First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn about her new book No Other Gods: The Politics of the Ten Commandments. You can find out more about N

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Quest for Meaning (Site / Info)


Ok, Google (are you listening?)

One of those helpful shared alerts posted on Facebook got me to take a look at Google My Activity. Says there, "only [I] can see this data" and assures me that it protects my privacy. I could "learn m

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fortboise.org (Site / Info)