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What’s So Good about Good Friday?

Today is what the Christian calendar calls Good Friday. Now, I have graduated with my Master of Divinity. I have been granted preliminary fellowship as a Unitarian Universalist minister (pending completion of my internship). I have just spent the evening … Continue reading

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Interfaith Winter Blesssing

These are the gifts of this season, let us open our hearts to them: A joyful, hopeful conclusion to waiting and yearning A welcoming of the refugee seeking shelter amongst us Unexpected light in darkness May these be the presents … Continue reading

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Being Servant Candle: Strongest When We Help Each Other

At my children’s elementary school, there was an annual Solstice pageant. One of my favorite parts was when someone read an adaptation (by Monique Bourgeois) of Judy Bressler’s Servant Candle, which I offer here, in part: A candle alone is … Continue reading

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