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Jane Ranney Rzepka

Full name: Rev Dr. Jane Ranney Rzepka

The Rev. Dr. Jane Rzepka

The Rev. Dr. Jane Rzepka served as senior minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Larger Fellowship from 1999 to 2010. She is the author of A Small Heaven: Meditations and co-author of Thematic Preaching: An Introduction. Her latest book is From Zip Lines to Hosaphones: Dispatches from the Search for Truth and Meaning (Skinner House, 2011).

From Jane Ranney Rzepka

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inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

About Death
A Unitarian Universalist Book for Kids

Betsy Hill Williams, Jane Ranney Rzepka, Ken Sawyer, Noreen Kimball

From inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

About Death presents a gentle, yet unsentimental, story about how a family deals with the death of their beloved dog.

About God
A Unitarian Universalist Book for Kids

Betsy Hill Williams, Ken Sawyer, Noreen Kimball, Jane Ranney Rzepka, Hannah Holby

From inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

About God takes a complex and challenging religious concept and makes it accessible to Unitarian Universalist children.

About Right and Wrong
A Unitarian Universalist Book for Kids

Betsy Hill Williams, Jane Ranney Rzepka, Ken Sawyer, Keith Kron

From inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

A child-friendly version of the sources of our Unitarian Universalist faith that inform our understanding of right and wrong.

Skinner House Books

From Zip Lines to Hosaphones
Dispatches from the Search for Truth and Meaning

Jane Ranney Rzepka

From Skinner House Books

Also available as an eBook.

UU World

Nurturing landscapes where there can be no words

Jane Ranney Rzepka

From UU World Magazine
I go for fierce landscapes every chance I get.
Responsive to justice shifts

Jane Ranney Rzepka

From UU World Magazine
Being responsive to shifts and changes—in justice work and beyond—is hard and crucial for Unitarian Universalists.
Struck from on high

Jane Ranney Rzepka

From UU World Magazine
Weird stuff is gonna happen, and you might as well get used to it.
My dear, you shall have them

Jane Ranney Rzepka

From UU World Magazine
Shedding possessions as I age is a family—and faith—tradition.
The awe comes easy in nature, and thankfulness follows

Jane Ranney Rzepka

From UU World Magazine
Get me outside myself, say, in a yurt on an island, and whoa—there are the stars, and crickets, the body I live in, the images of the people I love.
Childhood memories of a Unitarian fellowship

Jane Ranney Rzepka

From UU World Magazine
This was what church was all about: the cartwheels, the parade, the presents for poor people, the stinky lady.

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