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Thanks to a member of the congregation, a group of us from the Woodinville Church and a few folks from University Unitarian were able to march in this year’s Pride Parade. This congregant knew someone in the group, Sisters of the Mother House of Washington which are a group of “religious sisters” who work on […]
We have a Director of Lifelong Learning! I wish to warmly welcome Rev. M. Jamil Scott to WUUC. I had the pleasure of meeting Jamil (pronounced Juh-MEEL) during his interview rotation. He has the compassion of a Buddhist minister and the charm of a southern gentleman (he was raised in Mississippi; you’ll see what I […]
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Warren Jessop, Northlake Unitarian Church Member — In 1644 John Milton also wrote this about truth: “she needs no policies, no stratagems, to make her victorious.” Things are different these days. In politics, in order to bump the odds of victory for a candidate or issue, a stratagem called “framing” is often used when trying...