Monthly Archives: December 2010

A UU Advent Sermon

Advent. As a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, I didn’t learn what Advent was until last December, during my first year in seminary.  A formerly-Lutheran-turned-Episcopalian colleague of mine mentioned that it was her favorite holiday, and she shared some of her rituals—the … Continue reading

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Let the Trials Begin!

Exciting news, dear reader!  Yesterday morning, December 9th, at 10:00am, two of our Love People had the courage to be the first of us to stand trial down in Phoenix, Arizona following our arrest back in July for protesting SB1070 when … Continue reading

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It’s Up to You, Mr. President

Dear President Obama, Please—love ALL of your neighbors, not just the straight ones. As a person of faith and as a seminarian training for the Unitarian Universalist ministry, I am demanding that you act as a leader to your people … Continue reading

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