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Faith like a River: Themes from Unitarian Universalist History

Faith like a River

A Tapestry of Faith Program for Adults

© 2011

Faith Like a River explores the dynamic course of Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist (UU) history—the people, ideas, and movements that have shaped our faith heritage. It invites participants to place themselves into our history and consider its legacies. What lessons do the stories of our history teach that can help us live more faithfully in the present? What lessons do they offer to be lived into the future?

About the Authors

  • Rev. Alison Cornish is currently a community minister living in Philadelphia, and serving both as the Executive Director of Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light, and as a consultant to a variety of faith-based organizations and congregations.
  • The Rev. Jackie Clement, senior minister of the Unitarian Universalist (UU) Church of Bloom­ington-Normal, Illinois, celebrates her Latina heritage through food, language, and the arts. She is a contributor to Voices from the Margins: An Anthology of Meditations, edited by Jacqui James and Mark D. Morrison-Reed (...

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