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  • Unitarians (and UUs) at Christmas

    Kate McKenna

    From WorshipWeb
    They say a story can carry a truth far greater than the literal truth. We Unitarians* know the value of stories. We know they carry truth. We know they...
  • Question for our readers: Your most meaningful rite of passage?

    Sonja L. Cohen

    From UU World Magazine
    Share a story about a significant moment in your life.
  • Christmas Comes Whether You’re Ready or Not

    Cynthia Frado

    From WorshipWeb
    I am always in a bit of a shock when December 1st arrives on the calendar. I always feel like there should be at least another week beyond Thanksgiving...
  • Weeping for Our Children

    Lisa Doege

    From WorshipWeb
    A voice was heard in Ramah, wailing and loud lamentation, Rachel weeping for her children; she refused to be consoled, because they are no more....
  • Here We Are

    John Corrado

    From WorshipWeb
    Here we are: children at the Big Party, having our moment in the sun, our piece of the action, till our bodies give way and we are called home....
  • Living Brings Us Closer to Dying

    Helen Lutton Cohen

    From WorshipWeb
    Each moment of our living brings us closer to our dying. Young or old, the knowledge of life’s end is with us, growing more real, more familiar through...
  • The Journey

    Mary Wellemeyer

    From WorshipWeb
    It’s a pilgrimage, like a trek around Mount Kailash, or perhaps Bodh Gaya, but it’s life itself, the whole thing, every moment. On the high passes of...
  • The Big Bang Theory
    From Miracles
    In 1927 a Roman Catholic priest and scientist Georges Lemaitre proposed what later became known as the Big Bang theory of the origin of the Universe, ba...
  • Maui and Pele Create Hawai’i
    From Miracles
    A retelling of a Hawaiian legend. The god Maui was the smallest but smartest of his brothers, who often made fun of him because he couldn’t fish very...