Category Archives: sacred places
Boston Globe columnist Alex Beam recently wrote a beautiful piece about Tenebrae and his affection for the service in his church. Our service at First Parish in Milton (7pm on Friday April 22) consists of a simple communion, after which … Continue reading
Yesterday, a group of ten youth in our church celebrated their Coming of Age. Traditionally, Unitarian Universalist youth come of age by undertaking a period of study and discernment and then writing a credo statement, a statement of individual beliefs. … Continue reading
Large on my mind this week has been the distinct privilege it is to do the work of preparing a memorial service. My sabbatical was interrupted with the death of a longtime member of the congregation, for which I emerged … Continue reading
Jemez Mountains From librarianmer’s photo stream, because our rule is that the camera goes with the kid, and this trip didn’t include the kid.
Ever since I attended New Mexico Girl’s State, and especially since I moved away from New Mexico 12 years ago, when I return and take in the landscape I start to sing the state song in my head. Which is … Continue reading