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Marilyn Sewell

Full name: Rev Dr. Marilyn J. Sewell

The Rev. Dr. Marilyn Sewell

The Rev. Dr. Marilyn Sewell is minister emerita of the First Unitarian Church in Portland, Oregon, where she served for 17 years before her retirement in 2009. She is the editor of four Beacon Press anthologies, including the award-winning Cries of the Spirit. She is the subject of a documentary film, Raw Faith, directed by Peter Wiedensmith, which won the PBS Human Spirit Award at its premiere at the Nashville Film Festival in 2010.

From Marilyn Sewell

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In Time's Shadow
Stories About Impermanence

Marilyn Sewell

Marilyn Sewell offers insightful, compassionate slices of life that will bring laughter and, at the same time, take you deeper into the mysteries of life.

Beacon Press

Breaking Free
Women of Spirit at Midlife and Beyond

Marilyn Sewell

From Beacon Press

Groundbreaking anthology for women searching for spiritual guideposts to the second half of life.

Cries Of The Spirit
A Celebration of Women's Spirituality

Marilyn Sewell

From Beacon Press

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UU World

Do you have to be an activist to be a Unitarian Universalist?

Takiyah Nur Amin, Robin Bartlett, Ranwa Hammamy, Paul Rasor, Marilyn Sewell, Pamela Wat

From UU World Magazine
Six leaders reflect on activism and religious identity in a racially and politically charged era.
Our shadow side

Marilyn Sewell

From UU World Magazine
Unitarian Universalism is a religious movement that no longer takes religion seriously.

WorshipWeb

Re-Imagining the American Dream

Marilyn Sewell

From WorshipWeb
The early settlers who risked life and limb to come to this land—a land strange and unknown, but full of promise—these early settlers had a dream. That...
Come into this circle of love and justice

Marilyn Sewell

From WorshipWeb
Come into this circle of love and justice, Come into this community where we can dream and Believe in those dreams— Come into this holy space where we...
Holy Stuff

Marilyn Sewell

From WorshipWeb
Father, Mother God, here we are together—rich and poor; educated and not so well educated; gay and straight; democrats and republicans; some of us with...
Radical Hospitality

Marilyn Sewell

From WorshipWeb
Radical hospitality. Radical means “out of the ordinary,” “revolutionary,” even. So what would it mean to receive someone—a stranger—with a...

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