The PBA Playoffs that are a pro bowling tournament on Mondays the next two months at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine are just a.joy to watch. The Portland crowd was a lot of fun and appeared to really
Arthur Hirsch ‘I was just swept off my feet by the labor movement.’
Join our hosts Rev. Meg Riley, Rev. Michael Tino, Aisha Hauser and Christina Rivera and guest host, Dawn Fortune, for a live Unitarian Universalist talk show discussing today’s topics from an anti-rac
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 April 28 where we’ll chat about the service and have a Read Mor
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In junior kindergarten I played like I played like the other girls Feeding, holding, and rocking a doll Still unaware that I’d someday soon Be wishing I’d the needed courage To say I’m more like them
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Join our monthly café tables for coffee and socializing centered on varying topics of shared interest: parenting talk, knitting and handcrafts, electric car enthusiasts, community organizing, gardenin
April 27—New Member Class: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Join Assistant Minister Denise Gyauch and others for an orientation to Unitarian Universalism and First UU Church of Nashville. Brunch, childcare (for 10 and
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Priesthood is not just one thing. It’s many things, and they change at various stages of progression and various stages of life. In my own priestly work I’ve noticed multiple roles and segments that w
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Just boosting a post by David Steers, a Non-Subscribing Presbyterian minister and the editor of two journals, Faith and Freedom and the Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society. When he promot
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Erica Baron shares the ancient myth of the Minotaur and the Labyrinth. The post The Story of the Labyrinth appeared first on Nature's Sacred Journey.
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Leviticus is a lengthy meditation on how we prepare to meet the Holy. This week we encounter Leviticus 12:1-13:59, which details returning from an ordinary state after childbirth to an elevated state,
One of the motivational tools Kaiser uses in the program is the “Passport.” You earn “stamps” for attending the weekly meetings, exercise (420 minutes or 70,000 steps each week), and recording your da
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Trump wants to cut foreign aid to Central America, yet his administration is cozying up to some of the region’s most corrupt governments.
UUSC partner Radio Progreso in Honduras shares key lessons for allies from the Guapinol trial.
As I walked across the sunny campus of the University of Tulsa in 1969, my thoughts were interrupted by a stranger asking me an abrupt question: “Are you saved?” During that time period, college campu
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Join our hosts Rev. Meg Riley, Rev. Michael Tino, Aisha Hauser and Christina Rivera for a live Unitarian Universalist talk show discussing today’s topics from an anti-racist, anti-oppressive and multi
An unexpected win for Liberian immigrants at risk of deportation under the Trump administration.