The script from the service that Mark Vogel and I led at the Rothko Chapel on June 2, 2021.
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Dear hearts – In the middle of last week, I was in a small group, and we were talking about the concept of spiritual emptiness, or poverty. Many of you may have heard the fable, often attributed to a
By Leigh Patel | On Friday, June 4, the remains of two Black girls, Delisha and Katricia “Tree” Africa, were to be collected from the home of physical anthropologist Alan Mann, an emeritus professor a
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Staff Writer UUA’s second all-virtual General Assembly is focused on improving user experience and providing more opportunities for interaction. Continue reading "Excitement Builds for 2021 ‘Circle ’R
Staff Writer UUA’s second all-virtual General Assembly is focused on improving user experience and providing more opportunities for interaction.
“We know single caretaker families in Cambridge are struggling, are well below the Cambridge poverty line, and the impacts to single mothers and women of color are even higher…” – Sumbul Siddiqui,
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Back in 1983/84 in Bury St Edmunds, I bought a secondhand copy of the “Selected poems and prose of Michael Roberts” (ed. Frederick Grubb, Carcanet Press,1980). Michael Roberts (1902–1948) was an Engli
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Sunday, June 27, 12pm ET Unitarian Universalist Association 60th Anniversary General Assembly Worship Service Join us virtually for the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship! Recognizing
Sunday, June 13, 11am UCMH Congregational Discussion Today’s abbreviated service, “Playful Spirit,” will be followed at 11:00 by a congregational conversation about restructuring leadership at UCMH to
Sunday, June 13, 10:30am ‘Playful Spirit” Abbreviated Worship Service, Followed by Congregational Discussion at 11am A proverb states, “The body heals with play. The mind heals with laughter. The spir
After the high court’s misguided decision in Sanchez v. Mayorkas, Congress and President Biden must work harder to ensure a path to permanent residency for TPS immigrants.
Jalaluddin Rumi is one of the great figures of world spirituality. He was born in what is now Iran in 1207 and died in modern Turkey in 1273. What captures me in the moment is his poem the Guest Hou
By the Reverend Cynthia Landrum [Editor’s note, I am using my blog to host another guest editorial, this one by the Rev. Cynthia Landrum, on the inaccuracies of Board Candidate Jay Kiskel’s latest pos
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Li Kynvi Help me live in gratitude for the LGBTQ+ ancestors who paved this road we walk and roll on. Continue reading "Nudging Us Toward Life"
While Justice Sleeps, by Stacy Abrams, is the next book for our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Authors Book Discussion. Change gears with us for a thriller! Recently published, Stacey
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News reports, social media and communications with family, friends and even strangers have been rife with malicious, harsh, judgmental, and unkind exchanges. Susan Gisler will be exploring some though
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On this day, June the 6th, 1944, seventy-seven years ago, and, for what it’s worth, a month and change beyond three years before my birth, my parents generation experienced a great turning. The Al
The stories we tell matter. The choices we make about which stories to teach our children matter. All the stories we tell and retell, year after year matter. Our choices about stories we allow to be n
Theophilus Lindsey Takes the Next Antitrinitarian Step Theophilus Lindsey, was ordained a deacon at age 23, and an Anglican priest at age 24. He served as domestic chaplain to the Duke of Somerset, th
An introduction to Series 3 of the “Making Footprints Not Blueprints” podcast—“Walking with Paul Wienpahl”
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