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Giving a hand to immigrants

Giving a hand to immigrants

'It is one thing to talk about immigration in the abstract and another to hear people's stories.'

Donald E. Skinner | 1/3/2011 | Winter 2010

UUs share their own immigration stories

UUs share their own immigration stories

Immigration problems beset ministers as well as lay people.

Michelle Bates Deakin | 11/8/2010

Tricks and treats: Parenting and costume choices

Tricks and treats: Parenting and costume choices

It’s important for parents to help children consciously avoid costumes that perpetuate stereotypes or are offensive.

Michelle Richards | 10/18/2010

Sudden death

Sudden death

The real sting of death is the thought that all life’s possibilities were supposed to wait until I got around to paying attention.

Doug Muder | 10/18/2010

Cultivating an abandoned place

Cultivating an abandoned place

The Rev. Ron Robinson’s unconventional church in Turley, Oklahoma, focuses on service.

Donald E. Skinner | 10/11/2010 | Spring 2011

Choirs bring a 'heart connection'

Choirs bring a 'heart connection'

Unitarian Universalist church choirs strengthen community, deepen personal spirituality.

Donald E. Skinner | 9/6/2010 | Fall 2010

The catch

The catch

I haven't played chess in decades, yet somehow I've ended up with a chess player's worldview.

Doug Muder | 6/14/2010

Social media help spread Unitarian Universalism

Social media help spread Unitarian Universalism

'If a congregation isn't sharing its good news through multiple channels, it may be missing out.'

Donald E. Skinner | 5/24/2010 | Summer 2010

Congregations benefit from camp experience

Congregations benefit from camp experience

‘Retreating and camping is a growth opportunity for Unitarian Universalism.’

Donald E. Skinner | 4/5/2010 | Spring 2010

Innovations help congregants hear

Innovations help congregants hear

People with hearing loss are a big percentage of the people with disabilities who come through our doors on Sunday morning.

Donald E. Skinner | 1/25/2010 | Winter 2009

Christmas nostalgia for the family we never were

Christmas nostalgia for the family we never were

I never rode in a one-horse open sleigh or saw visions of sugarplums dance in my head.

Doug Muder | 12/21/2009

Restoring a Gilded Age church

Restoring a Gilded Age church

Church built to honor William Ellery Channing in 1880 is restored for the 21st century.

Jane Greer | 11/30/2009 | Winter 2009

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