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Reconciliation

Moving mountains one stone at a time

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Moving mountains one stone at a time

As Unitarian Universalists, our journey is to transform the big and the small, to transform ourselves, and to transform the world.

Elizabeth Nguyen 8/12/2019 Summer 2019

‘I would still undertake the call’

Life

‘I would still undertake the call’

A New Hampshire congregation attempts to repair past wrongs by the church against a devoted biracial Universalist minister, his sister, and their family.

Heather Beasley Doyle 12/17/2018 Winter 2018

Invocation

Spirit

Invocation

dear earth, / teach us to stand / like trees

David Hummon 11/1/2018 Winter 2018

The missing remnant

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The missing remnant

We seek to reform Unitarian Universalism because we can never be the bearers of love and justice if the foundation that sustains us is still perpetuating the very problems we long to solve.

Sofia Betancourt 9/24/2018 Fall 2018

The discipline of forgiveness

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The discipline of forgiveness

It’s gotten so that if I call a loved one during that period of ten days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, they’ll just ask, ‘Is this the phone call?’

Elizabeth Lerner Maclay 9/22/2017

Tulsa’s 1921 massacre leaves painful legacy

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Tulsa’s 1921 massacre leaves painful legacy

Racial justice activists, many of them Unitarian Universalists, work in Tulsa to overcome the painful legacy of a 1921 riot that killed up to 300 Black people.

Elaine McArdle 3/20/2017 Spring 2017

The practice of reconciliation

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The practice of reconciliation

Steps you can take.

Paula Cole Jones 3/1/2004 March/April 2004

Reconciliation as a spiritual discipline

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Reconciliation as a spiritual discipline

In our own souls, between individuals, within groups, and between groups.

Paula Cole Jones 3/1/2004 March/April 2004

A step toward racial reconciliation

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A step toward racial reconciliation

A Cincinnati church reaches out to the family of W.H.G. Carter, a black Unitarian minister it rejected many years ago.

David Whitford 5/1/2002 May/June 2002