The Unitarian Universalist pocket guide

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Skinner House Books, 1993 - Religion - 110 pages
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This third edition features a new preface by President John Buehrens, plus these new essays: "Sharing Our Faith", by Bill Sinkford and Kay Montgomery, "Our Ministry", by Jane Rzepka. and "Our Work for Social Justice and Diversity", by Jacqui James and Meg Riley. Additional essays on our faith, Unitarian Universalist roots, worship, religious education and important dates in Unitarian Universalist history make the Pocket Guide a broadly appealing resource for visitors, newcomers and other readers who Want an inviting accessible, overview of our rich liberal religious tradition.

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User Review  - preston.whit - LibraryThing

This books has helped open my mind about Unitarian Universalism. The articles are well-written, the history of the church is properly traced and concisely retold, and the overall premise of the church is best summarized by the following motto: "We are a religion of deeds, not creeds." Read full review

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The Pocket Guide consists of seven essays by different people meant to introduce prospective members to the Unitarian Universalist Association. In the "Our Faith" essay, William F. Schulz wrote, "Both ... Read full review


Our Ministry
Our Religious Education
Our Commitment to Racial and Cultural Diversity

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