Monthly Archives: January 2015

What’s Grace Got to Do With It?

It’s time to rehabilitate grace. You don’t have to believe in God or original sin to experience grace. You can be a humanist, you can be an atheist, you can be someone who doubts everything you hear, and grace is … Continue reading

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Moving forward as White Moderates

This Sunday, in honor of Martin Luther King Day, we at Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chapel, located in West St. Louis County, will return to our focus on racial justice in our city. Three members of our congregation who either live … Continue reading

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“Whose Are You?” Hanukkah Reflections

When you look in the mirror in the morning, whose bones do you see? Whose blood runs in your veins? Who are those people, stretching back in time, beyond memory? Where did you come from? Whose are you? (Rev. Victoria Safford) … Continue reading

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Finding Inner Peace in a Complicated World

Inner peace is not something that we attain despite the challenges and anxieties of our lives. Inner peace isn’t just about finding serenity. It is something that we find with and through the challenges of our lives. It’s when we … Continue reading

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It’s time for a new hymnal

Originally posted on A Free Faith:
A facebook conversation got me thinking: it’s time. It’s been more than two decades since our last hymnal update, and though Singing the Living Tradition is generally well-liked and in wide use among UU…

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