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Fred Small

The Rev. Fred Small is co-chair of Religious Witness for the Earth, a national interfaith network dedicated to public witness on environmental issues, especially global climate change.

After graduating from Yale with a degree in American studies and the University of Michigan with degrees in law and natural resources, Small worked as a staff attorney for the Conservation Law Foundation. He left CLF to tour internationally as a folksinger and songwriter, releasing seven albums over two decades. He earned an M.Div. from Harvard in 1999.

In March 2007, Small was one of the lead organizers of the Interfaith Walk for Climate Rescue from Northampton to Boston, Massachusetts. In July 2007, Grist magazine named him one of fifteen Green Religious Leaders worldwide.

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Building the World We Dream About | Tapestry of Faith

Leader Resource 1: The Destiny of Diversity

Fred Small

From Building the World We Dream About
Excerpted from a sermon, delivered at First Parish in Cambridge, Massachusetts on December 6, 2009; used with permission....

UU World

Fossil fuel divestment is moral, strategic

Fred Small

From UU World Magazine
Money is an instrument of moral choice.
Merry Christmas, Garrison Keillor!

Fred Small

From UU World Magazine
One of the great things about Unitarian Universalism is that, just as we don’t all pray from the same prayer book, we don’t all sing from the same...
A Unitarian Universalist view of 'The Secret'

Fred Small

From UU World Magazine
Despite the silly 'science' and fake experts on the hit DVD, some of The Secret's advice actually helped me.

WorshipWeb

Building the Beloved Community

Fred Small

From WorshipWeb
When I was in third grade at Evergreen School in Plainfield, NJ, my best friend was John Carvana. At 8 years old, I was awkward physically and socially,...
Standing on the Side of Love

Fred Small

From WorshipWeb
Where is our holy church? We're on the side of love. Many Unitarian Universalists suffer from a chronic identity crisis....

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