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The Seven Principles of Unitarian
Universalism continue to be plumbed for meaning, depth and inspiration. This
elegant volume explores and expresses their call to ethical action and deeper
spirituality with the fresh perspectives of Sarah Lammert, Emily Gage, Robert
Hardies, Paige Getty, Parisa Parsa, Sean Parker Dennison, and Forrest Gilmore.
Each Principle is accompanied by reflections and worship resources—opening
words, a chalice lighting, a responsive reading or litany, a prayer, a
meditation, and a benediction.
Ellen Brandenburg, now retired, was
formerly the director of ministerial education at the Unitarian Universalist
Association. She lives in Thoiry, France, with her husband George.
"Turning words like truth, dignity, democratic process, and equity into the life and breath of
reflection and worship is a daunting assignment. Ellen Brandenburg has assembled
a diverse group of young Unitarian Universalist ministers to tackle exactly
that. They do our Principles proud."
—Jane Rzepka, senior minister,
Church of the Larger Fellowship
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