Saving Water to Reduce the Waste Stream and Reboot Our Fabrics
By Esha Chhabra | Unable to put all the secondhand clothes to use, Patricia Ermecheo, [who has been in the business of recycling trash for the past decade], began thinking about how to break down this
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Palm Sunday Sermon: Anointing Woman
READING The Anointing Woman Mark 14 + Matthew 26: 6-13 SERMON “The Anointing” Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein 2002 The global Christian community enters Holy Week today, the drama of the final days of J
Unitarian Universalists Respond to Climate Displacement
Staff Writer Six UU organizations release joint statement committing to respond to climate-forced displacement.
class and presentation
Yesterday I finished a two day box making class with the Guild of Oregon Woodworkers, a total of 36 boxes having been made. Students were pleased, as was I, not only by the numbers and quality of boxe
Stories of Riverside in the Pandemic: Episode 2: The future of community - how are we imagining community differently now?
Marking the third anniversary of the COVID lockdown, I'm using this blog to reflect on this time and to point towards the audio archive Doorstep Revolution, a project I was part of putting together a
Lynette Yetter My intuition became honed, for safety and survival. Continue reading "Trusting Intuition"
How Old Are You, Really?
The phrase “age is just a number” is often thrown out in an attempt to comfort or to challenge those of us who feel limited because of our age. But it’s not exactly true. How old do you feel? How old
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Learn about UU History (in person OR online)
What 16th Century religious leader originated the principles of modern Unitarian Universalism during the Protestant Reformation? How did these religions that originated in Europe come to America, and
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Annual regional UU worship service Sunday April 23rd, with special guest Leah Penman
The Hudson-Mohawk region Unitarian Universalists will gather for a joint worship service on Sunday, April 23, in the beautiful chapel space at the Doane Stuart School in Troy. The service begins at 10
Blogs & Highlights
Racial Discrimination Continues to Drive U.S. Border Policies
U.S. border policies only reinforce xenophobia, racism, and intolerance.
Guild of Oregon Woodworkers
I'm in Portland, Oregon with the Guild of Oregon Woodworkers, making boxes. We have twelve students and studio assistants. We're making lift lid boxes, hinged boxes, and today will begin making slidi
Webinar: Connecting with State Action Networks on Climate Advocacy - Recording & Resources
This month's Green Sanctuary 2030 Community Meeting, Connecting with State Action Networks on Climate Advocacy, highlighted ways to engage with UU State Action Networks to advocate for policies that r
webinar Climate Justice
UUs Help Protect Hidden Black History in New Jersey
Jeff Milchen A Montclair coalition rallied the community to save the town’s first Black-owned home.
Greeting the Spring
Sing of the EAST, the realm of AIR,There gifts of sight and wisdom fair.Dancing March breeze on this blest morn.We celebrate the SPRING newly born. Sing of the SOUTH, where FIRE burns bright,There gif
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Where are our values?
This gift article from the New York Times is about the manipulation of the American electorate through enlisting foreign participation in the defeat of Jimmy Carter. That may seem like a long time ago
The Living tradition
A sermon reflecting on the proposed changes to Article II of the Bylaws of the Unitarian Universalist Association. The post The Living tradition appeared first on Colin Bossen.
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Soup & Bread Luncheon
Please bring a pot of soup, loaf of bread, or dessert to share. Volunteers are always welcome to help set up at 9:30 am and clean up after the luncheon. Questions contact Barb Fronzak (see church dire
Gather the Spirit
Slowly but surely, our community regathers again after the pandemic. What does it take to draw a people back together? And how do we sustain the things that feed us?
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Weekly Bread #214
Well, five days wasn’t enough. I am now at day 10 of covid and still testing positive. According to the guidelines, I could stop quarantining, but it doesn’t seem safe to really be around other people
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Living Well is Also the Best Battle Strategy
War metaphors can be useful, but eventually they break down and leave people asking “so now what?” For most of us, the answer is “live well.” If you aren’t someone the Church would have burned at the
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