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A new day

Reflections

A new day

Fourteen women gather at a Stone Age temple to greet the sun on the fall equinox.

Anne Peek | 9/21/2005 | Fall 2005

This little life of mine

Reflections

This little life of mine

In an unimaginably vast universe, what do our individual lives mean?

Julie Parker Amery | 8/15/2005 | May/June 2005

Slaves to energy

Feature

Slaves to energy

We depend on energy sources that threaten dramatic climate changes around the world. Can we change course? The author suggests that it may be possible with difficult and far-reaching changes.

Jon Luoma | 5/20/2005 | May/June 2005

New solar panels electrify church

UU news

New solar panels electrify church

Carmel, California, church builds in sustainable manner.

Staff Writer | 1/1/2005 | January/February 2005

Human origins and human futures

Winter mind

Feature

Winter mind

Emptiness, like silence, like love, is indeed a gift.

Philip Simmons | 1/1/2001 | January/February 2001

Faith groups join Lummi Nation fight against coal

Inside

Faith groups join Lummi Nation fight against coal

Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship’s partnership leads to public witness event at UUA’s General Assembly in June.

Elaine McArdle | 4/20/2015 | Summer 2015

Nature's tough love

Ideas

Nature's tough love

How the prairie challenges the ego.

Jeffrey A. Lockwood | July/August 2002

Relics from the forbidden fruit

Good for nothing

Ideas

Good for nothing

In the study of grasshoppers, an entomologist discovers the value of simply being.

Jeffrey A. Lockwood | May/June 2001

Church meets gold standard for green buildings

Spiritual landmarks

Church meets gold standard for green buildings

Ohio fellowship builds first LEED gold-certified place of worship in America.

Jane Greer | Winter 2006

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