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Monthly Themes

Several congregations choose monthly themes to help organize their worship and other activities. I'm thinking of insituting something similar for  Below are a few that I know of.  Does your congregation/group use monthly themes?  Do you find them to be helpful?  Which themes resonate with you and why? 

Joyce: Lifelong UU (sort of)

Joyce Dowling here - lifelong UU. My "Saved by My Faith" aka "Childhood Empowerment" story is here:

I have also written about my beliefs: and "Social Justice Work - My motivation and overcoming problems":

They're all old and might need updating.

I love networking with fellow UUs and consider myself a UUvangelist. :)

wizdUUm Is Looking for UU Story-Tellers

Is there a story that you tell repeatedly about Unitarian Universalism?  wizdUUm is looking for your stories! 

We're looking for stories in print form but that have been told verbally, NOT a dry something one would read in a history text book.  Remember, a good story will show some kind of obstacle being overcome and/or growth in the protagonist(s).  A good UU story would inspire us to be better UUs, better people.  Ideally, we're lookig for stories of people who said, "Yes" to a challenge.  If the story can be attached to a specific date, that's even better (but not necessary).

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The New Jim Crow

Michelle Alexander spoke to an audience of over 600 people at Justice General Assembly 2012 in Phoenix about her book, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.  In it she describes how our criminal justice system is being used to perpetuate a racial caste system via the racial profiling, criminalization, and mass incarceration of African Americans and other people of color.

Read more about it here:

Introducing... Me!

Hello everyone! My name is Jenn and I joined this site in the hopes of finding more like minded people to share my journey with. I was "raised" in a Lutheran church but attended only here and there, when my parents were in the "mood" for church. In my teen years, my father remarried to a woman who believed she was very religious. I say that because she didn't live a life that in any way was a faithful life, she just attended a Wesleyan Church every Sunday. Church was forced upon me for a few years and I rebelled. As a result I essentially grew up without any real answers on religion and was left to come up with my own beliefs. Looking back, I couldn't have asked for a better situation honestly. I feel blessed to not have had religion and beliefs forced upon me and to have been left to make my own decisions and choices.


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