Mar
02

Losing My Religion, or How to keep Your Spiritual Sanity

Deluge. Blitzkrieg. Hail storm. Social media tornado. Pick the metaphor of your choosing, but many of us are feeling the soul-fatigue of the last thirty-seven days. Some progressives have reported “hitting a wall” with others numbing out and checking out.…
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Mar
01

Excuses

Here are my most used excuses: “There is not enough time.” “I can’t afford to.” “Someone else does it better.” “I’m too old.” “I’m too young.” “I will lose something dear to me.” These are the self-limiting thoughts that have…
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Feb
01

A Blessing For Today’s Protests

We Step Outside ~ A Blessing for All who Show Up We step outside, out of our comfort zones and onto the streets.   We step outside this day to the offices of public servants of every county and municipality, to…
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Jan
29

Living Out Radical Inclusion: Faithful Response to Refugees

If they cannot be us, Huddled together on the tarmac, Led to a detention center Landing in the home of the free And the brave If they cannot be us And welcomed – Refugee- As we once were -Immigrant to…
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Jan
23

Rev. Robin Has a Blog!

Find out more by following this link.

Jan
09

UCS Name Task Force Proposes a New Name

Letter from the Name Task Force Proposing a New Name for our Congregation Last Spring, the Name Task Force was charged by the UCS Board of Trustees to canvass the congregation to determine whether our current name, The Unitarian Church…
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Sep
30

With Love From UCS

Beloved, We send out love and care in the wake of the train accident in Hoboken, especially to the family of the woman who died and all those involved in the accident.  The tremors of trauma stretch far beyond a…
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