John Gibb Millspaugh

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The Rev. John Gibb Millspaugh holds a master's degree from Harvard Divinity School and Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He has served as a parish minister in Mission Viejo, California and Winchester, Massachusetts. Currently, he is a community minister who specializes in food justice.

From John Gibb Millspaugh

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Ideas | UU World

Henry Bergh: 'The great meddler'
From Ideas
The Unitarian who founded societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals and children.

Life | UU World

Sacred ground
From Life
The Boston Marathon bombings desecrated a public ritual and a beloved place. No wonder the attack feels so personal.

Skinner House Books

A People So Bold
Theology and Ministry for Unitarian Universalists
From Skinner House Books

More than 20 inspiring essays explore the vision, language and practice of Unitarian Universalism today.

Spirit | UU World

Don't be stingy with your faith
From Spirit
Many people are looking for what you've found in Unitarian Universalism. Not letting them in on the secret is a form of stinginess.

UU World

Dinner dilemmas
From UU World Magazine
Ethical issues at the Thanksgiving dinner table.

WorshipWeb

Sabbath Invitation
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Leave aside the little thoughts that distract you from the depths of your soul, For this is a holy place, and now is a holy time....
All too often, we pace the geometries of our walled gardens
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All too often, we pace the geometries of our walled gardens, Believing we are traversing the whole of creation....
In These Days of Fire
From WorshipWeb
Let us pause, and breathe, and be in touch with the sacred presence that permeates all, including this room, now....
Prayer in Response to 2010 Earthquake in Haiti
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A Haitian prayer book, entitled God Is No Stranger, includes the following words: “Father, I have learned that one strong in calculation is called a...
Be the Blessing You Already Are
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Service Leader: In our religious tradition, it is not just ministers and religious professionals who have power to bless....

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