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Economic Justice and Community Ministry

Monday is Labor Day; a day for remembering the struggles that have shaped the quality of life that we enjoy and created the American Dream. Unitarian Universalism strives for a more just and compassionate world. Because ours is a capitalist culture, we have to care about wages, working conditions, and quality of life. As things […]

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Taking the rest of the week off!

Hey Folks! This is Thomas, the founder, administrator, graphic designer, writer and editor of the I Am UU project. I pretty much do it all around here. And now I’m taking the rest of this week off. That means a lot of things won’t be done the usual way. It has been years since I […]

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How a UU Prays

The title is short and might mislead someone who is unfamiliar with Unitarian Universalism. This is about how a specific UU prays, because there are very few things about which anyone can write which can apply to all UUs. This is how a UU prays, and I am that UU, speaking only for myself. If […]

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Committing to Action

A couple of years ago, I read Wicked. I was inspired by a friend who had just gone to see the Broadway show; she raved about how good it was, so I checked the book out from the library. First, she was right. It was amazing. I really love all these retellings of old stories […]

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