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Minister’s Musings: Remember the Gems of Joy

Minister’s Musings: Remember the Gems of Joy

Minister’s Musings (January 2021) Happy New Year WUUC! I know 2020 was a tough year. And, certainly, it was harder for some than for others. The pandemic exposed the inequality in our systems, as we saw those who were already marginalized being disproportionately...

Minister’s Musings: A Season of Love and Peace

Minister’s Musings: A Season of Love and Peace

Warm Greetings to you, WUUC Community! It is December. We’re past Thanksgiving, which means we are officially in the holiday season. And while I think it is fair to say that nothing about this year has been normal, I suspect that this holiday time of long-standing...

Minister’s Musings Nov: We Can Choose Goodness

Minister’s Musings Nov: We Can Choose Goodness

Hello WUUC Community, I keep hearing (and only halfway in jest) that folks are done with 2020; that we’ve already faced more than a year’s worth of corruption, destruction, oppression, depression, cancellation, and frustration. And not only have we been dealt a...

Minister’s Musings: The Heart of Community

Minister’s Musings: The Heart of Community

Greetings, WUUC, Time is playing tricks on me. In some ways, I can hardly believe another month has gone by, and October is already upon us. But when I look back at September, some of what occurred early in the month seems so long ago, because so much has happened...

Minister’s Musings: Where Do You Find Renewal?

Minister’s Musings: Where Do You Find Renewal?

Hello Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church! It is so good to (finally!) be here with you all! It has been quite a transition for my family and me over the last few months. Since being called as your settled minister back in May, we have been packing our house,...

Goodbyes

Goodbyes

Dear Ones, Each person and thing we have loved leaves its mark on us, and we on it. We forever become part of one another, affecting each other in ways that often continue to unfold for years. Even when we will not see each other anymore, this remains. As does the...