Christine C. Robinson

Full name: Rev. Christine C. Robinson

The Rev. Christine Robinson

The Rev. Christine Robinson is retired after 29 years serving as the senior minister of the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Previously she served the UU Fellowship of Columbia, SC. She remains active in ministry by guest preaching, consulting, leading board retreats and the like. She is the author of the (inactive) blog "iMinister." Robinson delivered the 2008 Berry Street Essay, "Imagineering Soul," to the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association.

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LeaderLab

Two Services - Considering, Doing, Thriving!
From LeaderLab
Out of space? Good for you! Here are some things to think about and plan for. Going to two services offers advantages beyond solving space problems. It...
The Worship Backpack Defying Gravity 2013 Keynote Address
From LeaderLab
The Worship Backpack - This video is a recording of a workshop presented at the Leadership Day for the Metro NY District, 2013....

Skinner House Books

Listening Hearts
Fourteen Gatherings for Reflection and Sharing
From Skinner House Books

From the authors of Heart to Heart and Soul to Soul, this complete program guide provides everything needed for a deep and powerful spiritual sharing group.

Heart to Heart
Fourteen Gatherings for Reflection and Sharing
From Skinner House Books

Resources for fourteen gatherings on topics such as forgiveness, loss, nature, money, and friendship.

Soul to Soul
Fourteen Gatherings for Reflection and Sharing
From Skinner House Books

From the writers of Heart to Heart: Fourteen Gatherings for Reflection and Sharing comes this collection of fourteen additional gatherings for your small group ministry or other spiritual sharing group.

UU World

Another solution to the rising cost of entering the ministry
From UU World Magazine
Pare down the requirements for preliminary fellowship.
Listen from the heart so others can speak from the heart
From UU World Magazine
In Soul to Soul groups, silence can connect us more deeply than using words or questions.
Risk blessing
From UU World Magazine
To avoid decline, Unitarian Universalism must risk offering heart, spirituality, and blessing.
Practice gratitude
From UU World Magazine
Like hope, trust, and love, gratitude is both a feeling and a spiritual practice.
Imagineers of soul
From UU World Magazine
In our churches, we should be sorcerer’s apprentices in the art of quenching thirst and opening the doors of meaning. Why, then, are we so scared?

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