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Bethlehem’s hospitality

Ideas

Bethlehem’s hospitality

I’m chagrined to learn that our Christmas pageants have the birth in the stable all wrong.

Meg Barnhouse | 12/19/2011

Holidays: Time for interfaith dialogue with your parents

Holidays: Time for interfaith dialogue with your parents

Modeling the tolerance and respect you want from your parents or in-laws.

Michelle Richards | 11/7/2011

Merry Christmas, Garrison Keillor!

Ideas

Merry Christmas, Garrison Keillor!

One of the great things about Unitarian Universalism is that, just as we don’t all pray from the same prayer book, we don’t all sing from the same hymnal.

Fred Small | 12/23/2009

Christmas nostalgia for the family we never were

Life

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

The ghosts of Unitarian Christmas

Life

The ghosts of Unitarian Christmas

It was Christmas Eve, a time when any sensible person stays safe in his house with a good book. But then Ben’s reading lamp burned out.

Doug Muder | 12/8/2008

Mayhem and the manger

Spirit

Mayhem and the manger

Why didn’t you warn me about Christmas pageants?

Carl Scovel | 12/25/2006

Ebenezer Scrooge’s conversion

Looking back

Ebenezer Scrooge’s conversion

Charles Dickens’s novels reflect the central ideas of nineteenth-century Unitarianism.

Michael Timko | 12/19/2005 | Winter 2005

’Tis the season for your own family rituals

Forum

’Tis the season for your own family rituals

Many of us still struggle to find the right mix of family traditions for this time of year.

Meg Cox | 11/28/2005 | Winter 2005

It came upon a Unitarian midnight clear

Looking back

It came upon a Unitarian midnight clear

Edmund Hamilton Sears’s beloved carol longs for peace.

Ken Sawyer | 12/23/2002 | November/December 2002

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