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Monday, May 1, 2006

This week at History of the Principles.

Following on the announcement two weeks ago that an independent commission will review the governing covenant of the Unitarian Universalist Association, dusts off a story from the archives by Warren Ross about how the current Principles and Purposes came to be written.

In the news this week, Don Skinner reports that the UU church in Overland Park, Kansas, has been offering classes on the science of evolution to the general public. Tom Stites checks in with news from the UUA Board of Trustees meeting: The Board is moving toward governance changes; it also approved a new UUA health care plan that congregations can provide for their employees (details from And Sonja Cohen is keeping diligent watch on Unitarian Universalists in the media on the ol' news blog.

Copyright © 2006 by Philocrites | Posted 1 May 2006 at 7:03 AM

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frog philosopher:

May 4, 2006 12:22 PM | Permalink for this comment

i have so much to learn about uu-ism. i have 2 books (a chosen faith and another i received when i joined my local fellowship). they will have to get bumped up the list so i can read them soon.

i like using the 7 p&p of the uu faith like the quakers use their advices and queries. it helps me on my spiritual path to keep growing.

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