CA Smolinski shared this story with us on Facebook, and we thought it was worth featuring. In one of the Natural Foods Co-ops I worked in long ago there was an elderly man, Sam(I think that’s what his name was), who worked there part-time in the grocery dept, and there were days when he would […]
On Sunday, January 26th, we posted an image to Facebook. It was a simple flaming chalice on a patterned background that asked Unitarian Universalists who saw it to share it. 15,000 of you did. It then asked anyone who saw it shared, and did not know what Unitarian Universalism is, to click on a comment […]
Every so often the I Am UU team gets some push-back about our use of the word “Evangelism.” It has developed a bad connotation for a lot of people who think of “Evangelize” as synonymous with “Proselytize.” The words are related, but prosthelization is about trying to convince someone and convert them to your way […]
This post comes courtesy of Adrian over at the UUXMNR blog. We shared it everywhere else, and are now reposting the text, with permission. Thanks to Adrian, and please comment on the original post if you would like to engage with its author. I’m tired of people claiming that Unitarian Universalists don’t believe anything, or […]
We are trying to fill out the website. We want it to be full of resources that serve our community, and so we are asking that community for help in the planning of the near future of the site. We have plans to create several sections with different foci, such as the two above; one […]
AT about 8:45 Eastern time this morning, we reached 2,500 likes on Facebook. It has been a long road to this point, and it wasn’t even a goal when the page was launched. Let me tell you a little of the history of the I Am UU page and the movement it is becoming. My […]
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 […]
Sharing an image from our Facebook page. This chalice was created by Thomas (that’s me) for the I Am UU campaign.