Which Way to Absolution?

Pardon our asking, but "What is the 'Human Predicament'?" Do humans have a propensity towards good or evil? Are we born innocent and pure or with a tendency to sin? What is "sin"? Do we live as flawed characters who need forgiveness and "saving" throughout life's journey? And can we

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Inspiring Generosity

The UUFP would like to acknowledge a special donation the Fellowship has been able to use to support community groups doing good works. The employer of one of our members supports a grant program and asks outstanding employees to nominate recipients who would then use the grant to support local

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Which Way to Absolution?

Pardon our asking, but "What is the 'Human Predicament'?" Do humans have a propensity towards good or evil? Are we born innocent and pure or with a tendency to sin? What is "sin"? Do we live as flawed characters who need forgiveness and "saving" throughout life's journey? And can we

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Little Do We Know…?

He who knows one [religion], knows none" (German scholar Max Müller). This "Father of Religious Studies" believed that religion, like many aspects of life, could only be understood through comparison and with knowledge of its origin. Facilitator Bob Smith's "Comparative Religion" encore in Sunday Morning Forum motivated inquisitive minds in

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Perfect Love Needs No Name

Spirituality is that aspect of human existence that explores the subtle forces of energy in and around us and reveals to us profound interconnectedness. The deeper the exploration goes, the more we encounter a fresh transparency of connectedness…" (Charlene Spretnak in Diarmuid O'Murchu's "God in the Midst of Change," 2012).

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Little Do We Know…?

"He who knows one [religion], knows none" (German scholar Max Müller). This "Father of Religious Studies" believed that religion, like many aspects of life, could only be understood through comparison and with knowledge of its origin. Facilitator Bob Smith's "Comparative Religion" encore in Sunday Morning Forum motivated inquisitive minds in

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Perfect Love Needs No Name

Spirituality is that aspect of human existence that explores the subtle forces of energy in and around us and reveals to us profound interconnectedness. The deeper the exploration goes, the more we encounter a fresh transparency of connectedness…" (Charlene Spretnak in Diarmuid O'Murchu's "God in the Midst of Change," 2012).

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