What is Real?

I’m reading a book on religion called “What is Real: The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics” by Adam Becker. Religion does NOT need a deity, it does need relationships, it does need experience, it does need information on “how we live.” Science works in human relationships as

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A Missional Fellowship

To Be Determined, May 2018 Rev. Jim Parrish Our Mission: As a diverse, accepting faith community, we promote justice and service while seeking personal and spiritual growth. (2014) To accomplish our Mission we shall: Serve as a welcoming religious community for all who practice a liberal religious life in agreement

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Lunch With Jesus, a Modern Parable

“Lunch With Jesus” is a story sermon written for the UU Fellowship of Fayetteville’s Easter service in 2015. Jesus is relevant to Unitarian Universalism in a way that continues to grow, mostly as one of our sources belonging to the “words and deeds of prophetic people.” If our religious ancestors

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UU Sources VS White Supremacy

  Our Unitarian Universalist Sources vs White Supremacy Foreword: Unitarian Universalism has no creed nor dogma, we (Unitarian Universalists) vote on central Principles and Sources that guide our individual and collective religious life. Whatever religious source motivates me, its outcome shall be towards fulfilling our Principles. Here are our present

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