Tag Archives | Sundays

Rehabilitating the UU Half-way House Trope

Unitarian Universalism has a reputation of being the rehabilitation clinic for people who are leaving religion. That is a sad statement on how we view faith. People don’t come to us because they want to leave religion; they come because they want a religion that speaks to a broader world view and inclusion. People aren’t […]

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Entering Into Sacred Space

There seems to be some fear in Unitarian Universalism, regarding the whole idea of church. I get it. I really do. A lot of us are walking wounded from the whole church thing, even those of us who grew up within the faith. There’s some association between the idea of hymns and sermons and prayers […]

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RE-quired Reading for all UUs

It is my belief that there is nothing more important that we do at Unitarian Universalist churches than passing down our principles to future generations. I’ve been an Religious Education Committee member and volunteer at each UU church or fellowship I’ve belonged to, wherever life has taken us. I always will be, due to my […]

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Another UU Blog Post about the Sunday Assembly.

The Sunday Assembly has been getting a lot of press recently, and a lot of Unitarian Universalists are wondering what they are doing right and why we aren’t doing better. After reading several posts from UU thought leaders including Rev. Tom Schade, Rev. Tony Lorenzen, and Carey McDonald, we wanted to offer some thoughts. Do […]

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