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August 24, 2013
This is an image Tim Atkins created to use for the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship (of which he is the DRE and to use in conjunction with their overall Theme for the Year.) But due to popular demand, he took out the line “at Morristown Unitarian Fellowship” on the bottom and invites you to use the same theme for your RE program if you so desire.
The font used is “Dimbo” and it is available for free here: http://www.dafont.com/dimbo.font - Simply save the photo on your computer and using your photo editor of choice, add your congregation’s name at the bottom.
"Anything that brings us together - inspiring us to open our hearts, hands, or minds, to forget our differences for a moment and remember we are one - is a sacrament." ~Rev. Dr. Forrest Church, Unitarian Universalist minister
Whenever Unitarian Universalists are called on to take a position on bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender issues, the sentiment is always overwhelming: the human family is one, and the fears and hatred that divide us must be overcome. Human loving and human sexuality are also sacred when shared between members of the same gender. The culture and history of bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender people is important to all of society. ~UUA Brochure text
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"I do not think the primary task of interfaith work is to circle religiously diverse wagons more tightly around particular political positions or theological viewpoints. I do not believe it is the primary purpose of interfaith cooperation to widen what are already deep and dangerous divides. I believe the central problem interfaith work seeks to solve is this: How are all of us, with our beautiful resonances and our deep disagreements, to share a nation and a world together?"
~Eboo Patel, 2013 Unitarian Universalist Association Ware Lecturer
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Unitarian Universalist Religious Education: Wonder, awe, and the sacred search for truth and meaning.
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