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Post date: Jul 27th 2016

        Whenever someone tells me or Steve that someone died, we ask them to tell us the story of the death. This is intentional.

Post date: Jun 29th 2016

    It's back! If you missed your chance to participate in Beloved Conversations last year, we are bringing Dr. Mark Hicks back to our church. Beloved Conversations is an in depth exploration of culture, race and Unitarian Universalism.

Post date: May 30th 2016

      I knew I shouldn’t do it. I knew it was a bad idea. I knew nothing good ever comes out of it, but I just couldn’t help myself.

Post date: Apr 27th 2016

With the announcement of the retirement of our Director of Religious Education, The Reverend Beth Williams (at the end of the 2016-2017 program year), just with any major transition in our lives, it gives us an opportunity to reflect.

Post date: Mar 30th 2016

    Somehow I found a Lenten practice that isn’t healthier, more environmentally friendly, cheap or simple.

Post date: Feb 26th 2016

    I failed on my Lenten practice as soon as I pulled into my driveway on Ash Wednesday.

Post date: Jan 28th 2016

       I write my sermons with you in mind. That’s right, you, the person reading this.

Post date: Jan 1st 2016

      I recently read an article about how welcoming Unitarian Universalism was to the recent gay marriage decision.

Post date: Nov 25th 2015

Why dedicate your children.

Post date: Nov 2nd 2015

With the runoff elections fast upon us (Remember To Vote November 21), we will be inundated with political ads and mudslinging. Here is my four part remedy for religious people living in partisan times.