Barnaby Feder

Barnaby Feder

Barnaby Feder

Barnaby Feder, a lifelong Unitarian Universalist (UU), was a New York Times business and technology reporter for more than 27 years before entering Drew Theological School in 2008. He is starting a ministerial internship at the Morristown, N.J., Unitarian Fellowship in 2010.

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Dearly beloved, the story is told that a man named Jesus dined nearly two thousand years ago among his disciples on the eve of his arrest and crucifixion. Some say that Jesus took bread, spoke of it as his body, broke it into pieces and passed it among them to eat....

Blessing | By Barnaby Feder | December 8, 2016 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: 1st Principle (Worth & Dignity), Christianity, Communion (Christian), Community, Earth, Faith, Food, Generosity, God, Gratitude, Hospitality, Spiritual Practice, Spirituality

We kindle a flame we trust will lead us forward as we travel in unknown lands, where the question, “Shall I ever get there?” resounds: A clear pure note in every silence. Note: this chalice lighting is based on reading #486 by Dag Hammarskjöld in Singing the Living Tradition.

Chalice Lighting | By Barnaby Feder | December 6, 2016 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: Challenge, Community, Direct Experience, Journey, Mystery, Patience, Searching, Transcendence, Unitarianism

What if 'playing God' called to mind our liberal theological ideas rather than an all-powerful deity?

By Barnaby Feder | October 10, 2010 | From Ideas
Tagged as: Culture

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