Unitarian Universalist

Removing God

Can Unitarian Universalists Make It Another 50 Years? After reading this article from HuffingtonPost.com about the Unitarian Universalist Church, I have to question if the title shouldn’t have been can the church survive at all, instead of can it last another 50 years. This article begins with an apology from a lay minister that the word God had been removed from that Sunday’s program, supposedly so the humanists wouldn’t be offended. This sounds like the equivalent of doing something you know you shouldn’t, then asking for forgiveness later. It doesn’t change the fact that you shouldn’t have done it to […]

Creating My Future

The last few years, I have spent many days thinking about my future. What am I going to do when I retire from my current day job? What am I going to be when I grow up? What path will I choose that allows me to use the right side of my brain, grow my hair long, become a hippie, and hang out all day in coffee shops? These thoughts have been the top requirements for my next career, and there are others. You can create a lot of stress when you tie this many requirements to one decision, and […]

Unitarian Universalist

Today Greg and I became official members of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville. If you’ve read my other posts and the About Me page, then you know I consider myself Spiritual and not religious. I have studied and experienced many religions and philosophies, and consider myself a blend of all of them. My journey is not over, and I know I will add more to my spiritual soup as my life continues. At the UU Church, my spiritual beliefs and growth is accepted and appreciated. The fact that my husband and I are accepted, and can sit together […]

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