WHITE BEAR UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH May 2011 Vol. LVI, No. 5 Theme for May—Work: the practice of vocation May 1 Bread and Roses Victoria Safford
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Changing the Words: An Historical Introduction to Unitarian Universalist Hymnody Jason Shelton Studies of Unitarian Universalist hymnody have been done before.
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A F LOWER C OMMUNION A celebration of the good things of life as given and received through the fellowship of a congregation, symbolised in the giving and receiving of flowers Published by the Worship Panel of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches 2008 WORSHIP LEADER'S COPY
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THE CHALICE THE NEWSLETTER OF FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH OF PITTSBURGH January 2012 Volume 13, No. 1 Inside this issue: Worship 3 Music and the
PREFACE A few years ago I learned that in this nation of 260 million people, there are fewer than 200,000 Unitarian Universalists. I wondered, "Are UUs so rare because people have studied the relig ion and rejected it?