Tag Archives | stewardship

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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Dear Barbara, Ministers Have to Eat.

I wanted to address this comment very openly. This is a conversation I need to ask you all to have with me, and while this is not the way I hoped it would start, this is what I have:     Hi, Barbara. I a writing you as someone who is clearly a fan of […]

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Freedom isn’t Free, Even In Religion

It is often said that ours is a free faith. Every adult sitting in a Unitarian Universalist church has come there of their own choosing. Even those born to UU parents grow up expected to examine their faith and the commitments that come with being part of a UU congregation. And there are commitments which […]

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