When the American Unitarian Association and the Universalist Church of America merged in 1961, a lot of time and care had gone into the practical logistics of defining a new organization. There was a new name, a new board, a new set of governing bylaws, … read more.
Welcome to March! It feels good to be getting back into the swing of things, doesn’t it? Spring temperatures are teasing us with melting ice in between snowstorms, and plans are starting to feel trustworthy again. You might say that spring is the perfect metaphor … read more.
The term well-being resonates for me but I had a pause when attaching it to a meeting for our congregation to review the status of our completed stewardship campaign and our 2021 budget. Doesn’t it seem a little dissonant to claim well-being after the year … read more.