Monthly Archives: October 2014

Getting on Noah’s Ark: Diversity as Salvation

“Unitarian Universalism has a long history of finding ways for the differences between us to find their place among us. We keep trying to make the ark bigger. This is a result of our history. Both Unitarianism and Universalism were … Continue reading

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A Pastoral Letter to Members of the Ferguson, Missouri Police Force

Originally posted on A More Peaceful Table:
Sisters and brothers on the Ferguson police force, Grace and peace to you. On Monday I stood outside the Ferguson police station with hundreds of other clergy, asking for justice for Michael Brown, and…

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Who Are My People? A Black Unitarian Universalist on Selma and Ferguson

Who Are My People? A Black Unitarian Universalist on Selma and Ferguson.

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From Post-Dispatch : Clergy-led protest raises questions over nature of repentance

I thought you might be interested in this story: Clergy-led protest raises questions over nature of repentance, http://www.stltoday.com/lifestyles/faith-and-values/clergy-led-protest-raises-questions-over-nature-of-repentance/article_6c644480-08e8-5cc3-a45c-d4414b153bd6.html Sent via the Post-Dispatch Android App. Download the app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ap.postdispatch

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This night in the middle.

This night in the middle..

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“Speak now or forever hold your peace.” Reflections on Marriage Equality.

“Marriage equality is happening because ordinary people, open to being changed, were able to accept the invitation. When the minister says, “Speak now or forever hold our peace,” we’re at peace with the love before us. We all created this. … Continue reading

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