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News brief: UUA president praises Boy Scouts’ change welcoming transgender boys

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News brief: UUA president praises Boy Scouts’ change welcoming transgender boys

Morales: ‘This is a significant step in the direction of greater inclusion for the BSA.’

Christopher L. Walton | 2/1/2017

Roo, exactly as he is

Life

Roo, exactly as he is

When we invite children to tell the truth about themselves, when we meet them with compassion and acceptance, we become a sanctuary.

Jen Shattuck | 1/30/2017 | Winter 2016

Raising UU interfaith ambassadors

Life

Raising UU interfaith ambassadors

We must help Unitarian Universalist children and youth engage deeply with a variety of faith traditions.

Michelle Richards | 10/3/2016

Empty nest, now what?

Life

Empty nest, now what?

After more than two decades, I’ve reached a new parenting milestone.

Kimberly French | 5/9/2016 | Spring 2016

The wisdom of play

Forum

The wisdom of play

A little playfulness can go a long way.

Anthony Makar | 7/20/2015 | Summer 2015

Harmony, the ‘un-church’

Life

Harmony, the ‘un-church’

Innovative lay-led congregation has unusually high ratio of children to adults.

Nicole Sweeney Etter | 2/3/2014 | Winter 2013

Kite mother

Spirit

Kite mother

I kept hoping that one day I would up and be the mother from the greeting card picture.

Meg Barnhouse | 3/4/2013

‘We know why we’re here’

Feature

‘We know why we’re here’

Meet the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ogden, Utah.

Donald E. Skinner | 5/28/2012 | Summer 2012

Mayhem and the manger

Spirit

Mayhem and the manger

Why didn’t you warn me about Christmas pageants?

Carl Scovel | 12/25/2006

Speculation and revelation

Bookshelf

Speculation and revelation

How science fiction and fantasy shaped my spiritual journey.

Will Shetterly | 7/25/2005 | March/April 2005

Kindergarten’s radical advocate

Looking back

Kindergarten’s radical advocate

Elizabeth Palmer Peabody saw her educational work as part of a larger effot to reform human society.

Christopher L. Walton | 7/1/2004 | July/August 2004