Monthly Archives: May 2017

Embodiment

I find myself in this moment, at the end of a long seminary semester heavy with words and ideas, staring at this month’s theme:  Embodiment. Piles of books and scattered papers lie around me, and I am moved by the longing to return to physical life, to a space of the senses.  As we approach … Continued

Embodiment

If only we could embody the principles that we covenant to affirm and promote! Sigh. The recent resignation of UUA President Peter Morales, along with other members of the national staff, is a glaring reminder that the principles we hold so dear are aspirational, not descriptive. As a person who has resigned from the U.S. … Continued

Memorial Eve Service

Revs. Spierling, Antal and Baumbartner at last year’s service of Remembrance, Lamentation and Hope Memorial Day Eve Service of Remembrance, Lamentation and Hope Set for May 28 A Memorial Day Eve Service of Remembrance, Lamentation and Hope will take place on Sunday, May 28th, beginning at 5:30 p.m. This 4th annual community healing ceremony, which … Continued