Are you in your 20s and 30s and want to get to know other young people in the church? Join us in Classroom A after the second service on March 24 where we’ll chat about the service and have a Read Mor
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Do you… …enjoy working with details and making sure things are right? and/or …envision projects and solutions and sees how to implement them, but maybe doesn’t like details? and/or …enjoy working with
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Elaine McArdle Iowa and Massachusetts congregations win awards in Interfaith Power & Light’s Cool Congregations Challenge.
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This 20 year old article by Alfie Kohn might help you to understand why he's been a trusted name in progressive education. https://www.alfiekohn.org/article/kid/ The point is that these are not your
I got asked a question today in the form of a statement: “Tell me about a favourite ritual”. I was just going to write a sentence, but I kept adding comments. Here’s what I finally said: After a great
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I don't suffer from physical hunger; in fact, I think I've been eating too much. I guess I have a spiritual hunger. Paganism is where I feel most comfortable but there's not too much of a Pagan commun
Each single grape is a thing of beauty—sweet/tart, juicy, a burst of delight on the tongue. But who stops with one grape? Sometimes delight comes in great bunches, more than anyone could ever have exp
Repaganizing an ancient rite involves a lot more than adding an “s” everywhere you see “God” and changing “Lord” to “Lord and Lady.” But some ancient rituals and spells were created in a polytheist en
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Clara Estelle Breed was born on this day, the 19th of March, in 1906, in Fort Dodge, Iowa. At her father’s death when she was fourteen the family located to San Diego. After she earned her master’
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Beloved may we cultivate patience, turning weeds to flowers, dancing into time for healing, justice-making and courageous living
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We had some funky clothes after cleaning with the fire and instead of using the extraordinarily expensive service over an hour away we used our local laundromat. From pick up to delivery was around 9
News of the week for the Pagan Community Continue reading Pagan Community Notes: Resilience, Fundraisers and more! at The Wild Hunt.
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Join our hosts Rev. Meg Riley, Rev. Michael Tino, and guest host Rev Dawn Fortune for a live Unitarian Universalist talk show discussing today’s topics from an anti-racist, anti-oppressive and multicu
Elaine McArdle The UUA’s Disaster Relief Fund is spreading help faster and farther.
Enjoy the beauty of spring in Tennessee, and save these dates for special opportunities to connect: April 7 – Meet the Minister Luncheon: following the second service, join the Membership Committee an
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Faithfully doing my duty as an inspector of rain-storms on an early spring walk through Grantchester Meadows and along the River Cam
“For many years I was self-appointed inspector of snow-storms and rain-storms, and did my duty faithfully” Henry David Thoreau (Walden, chapter one) All photos taken with a Fuji X100F Just click on a
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If your life has been impacted or inspired by a minister of All Souls over the past ten decades, please join us on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. CST for a very special Heritage Sunday service.
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Part 2-D of a multi installment series for LENT 2. Down the Road of Doubt – When did a crack in your faith first appear? Was it a moment of intellectual questioning or emotional disappointment? Semi
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