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Churches as Good Neighbors—Or Not

When my father was a teenager in Clifton Heights, he played basketball in the basement of the Methodist church a few houses down at the end of the street. 701 more words

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Black Lives Matter . . . Again

A couple of weeks ago, the Unitarian church across the street from my house put up a large sign “Black Lives Matter” along Concord Pike that was soon vandalized by someone cutting out the word “Black.” Their sign is also festooned with pieces of cloth painted by toddlers, the cloths hung by clothes pins on clotheslines strung among the supporting framework.  476 more words

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Art Weekender - Summary of Meeting - Call for Ideas.

On Wednesday evening we held our public meeting at Union Corner to discuss how best to contribute to the Art Weekender, that is coming up in September. 587 more words


White_Mice to play the Unitarian Church

Sinéad White and her full band will headline the Unitarian Church in Dublin this April under the new moniker White_Mice.

Highlighting a change in direction for songwriter Sinéad White, the artist’s upcoming headliner at the intimate Dublin venue on April 9th will see White debuting new songs from her upcoming E.P. 94 more words


Happy New Year !

A good start to 2016 as our choir featured on a half page spread, about our singing in Padiham at the interfaith Nativity service, with the Sufi Muslims, in the Burnley Express for January 1st. 12 more words

The Labyrinth at the Du Pont Family Church

Pierre du Pont, who built Longwood Gardens, once said his religion was a “non-practicing Episcopalian.”

“Just like me,” I told my wife.

“You were never an Episcopalian.” 660 more words

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New interim minister at home with First Unitarian Society of Ithaca

By Kristen Gowdy and Samuel Kuperman (Originally Published to Ithaca Week 10/27/15)

After 15 years in the ministry, Reverend Jane Thickstun has finally come home — even if it’s only temporary. 688 more words

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