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Adam Lawrence Dyer

Full name: Rev. Adam Lawrence Dyer

Adam Lawrence Dyer

The Rev. Adam Lawrence Dyer is lead minister at First Parish in Cambridge Unitarian Universalist, Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is the author of Love Beyond God, a collection of poetry and reflections focused on black identity and liberal religion. His blog spirituwellness.org explores the relationship between bodies, faith, and politics and has been featured in UU World, and included in the blogs Believe Out Loud, Equity Blog, and The Good Men Project. He has also worked with PolicyLink, the PICO Networks, and the UU Justice Ministry of California advocating for racial, economic, and health equity as well as LGBTQ inclusion. He is a graduate of Princeton University and the Pacific School of Religion.

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Skinner House Books

Love Beyond God
Meditations

Adam Lawrence Dyer

From Skinner House Books

This timely collection of poems explores faith, race, love, identity, and more, and invites us to think deeply about our place and role in contemporary society.

UU World

‘Black Panther’ and the search for community among black UUs

Adam Lawrence Dyer

From UU World Magazine
Is Unitarian Universalism an oasis or a war zone for blacks?
The United States of Otherness

Adam Lawrence Dyer

From UU World Magazine
A Dixieland chorus of separate lines / Just lucky to be in the same key, in the same room.
UU conversation about Ta-Nehisi Coates’s ‘Between the World and Me’

Kenny Wiley, Ashley V. Boyd, Adam Lawrence Dyer, Kat Liu, Jacqui C. Williams

From UU World Magazine
A discussion of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s provocative new book Between the World and Me.

WorshipWeb

First Breath

Adam Lawrence Dyer

From WorshipWeb
That first breath must be delicious. It must be more tantalizing, more intoxicating than any drug, fragrant like no flower will ever be enticing like no...
Healing

Adam Lawrence Dyer

From WorshipWeb
Don’t speak to me of “healing” racism, or “wounded souls” or the “painful hurt” until you are willing to feel the scars on my...
The Nod

Adam Lawrence Dyer

From WorshipWeb
You’ve seen it. Two black men pass each other on the street. They nod. Subtle, sometimes imperceptible, but there is acknowledgement. “Do you know...

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