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A Sense of Belonging in Unitarian Universalism
The quarterly UU World magazine provides a lively section, Families, drawn from religious education materials produced by the UUA Resource Development Office of the Ministries and Faith Development staff group. Find informative, inspiring stories, reflections and activities to support your personal understanding, belonging, and lifelong inquiry in Unitarian Universalism.
In a 1990 pamphlet, Unitarian Universalist Views of Church edited by Rev. Lawrence X. Peers, several Unitarian Universalist ministers and members discuss their views on what it means to belong to a UU congregation. Read the pamphlet online; order from the UUA bookstore.
Rev. Rosemary Bray McNatt's UU World review of American Heretic: Theodore Parker and Transcendentalism by Dean Grodzin provides background on the minister's life, ideas and influence.
Find more Piet Hein short poems, which he called grooks, online.
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Last updated on Monday, October 20, 2014.
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