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Better Together | Central East Region

Perspectives from Standing Rock

Douglas Taylor

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At the beginning of November, Jo VonRue (our Ministerial Intern here in Binghamton) and I traveled up to the Standing Rock camp in North Dakota to support the Sioux tribe. They are fighting to stop...
Experimenting with Partnerships

Douglas Taylor, Joan Van Becelaere

From Better Together
Partnerships sometimes emerge in strange but exciting ways. The Partnership of the UU congregations in Binghamton NY and Cortland NY is a mix of contrasting sizes, ages and histories.  But these...

GA Presentations | General Assembly

Living Your Purpose II: Aspirational Values and Vision

Patricia Infante, Douglas Taylor, UU Congregation of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY

From General Assembly Presentations
Once a congregation understands its mission, the next step is to discern how it wants to deepen and grow as a congregation.

Gould Discourse | Central East Region

2013 Gould Discourse - Douglas Taylor

Douglas Taylor

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Polity, Pine Trees and Process Theology Niagara Falls, NY Download a PDF of this discourse. Part One: the base story and song Let me begin in the middle...

LeaderLab

Living Your Purpose II: Aspirational Values and Vision

Patricia Infante, Douglas Taylor, UU Congregation of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY

From LeaderLab
Once a congregation understands its mission, the next step is to discern how it wants to deepen and grow as a congregation.

WorshipWeb

We Carry The Flame

Douglas Taylor

From WorshipWeb
Voice One, Elder (with chalice): Across the generations we have carried the flame. We fought the injustice, sang the songs, spoke for truth, and built...
The Symphony of Life

Douglas Taylor

From WorshipWeb
Eternal Spirit, from whom all things come and to whom all things return, We gather this morning in community seeking to live in the harmony. Each of us...
In Mourning for the Children

Douglas Taylor

From WorshipWeb
We are broken, O God. We are broken. We gather in vigil again to mourn the death of school children and school teachers....

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