Monday, April 10, 2006
This week at uuworld.org.
To mark Passover and Easter, Jane Rzepka asks, are great stories necessarily good for you? Karen Lee Shelley offers a meditation on the birth of ritual in her Unitarian Universalist congregation. In the news, Don Skinner summarizes the findings from the UUA's survey of 14- to 20-year-olds about their congregations' ministry to and with youth. Skinner also writes about an additional $180,000 in grants for Gulf Coast relief. Jane Greer interviews UUA moderator Gini Courter about her invitation to congregations to set the agenda for this year's General Assembly plenary sessions. And Sonja Cohen rounds up the UU news from around the Web — including an interview with (blogger) Doug Muder about his Quincy, Ill., sermon on what atheists and theists can learn from each other.
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