Tag Archives: Tragedy

Providing Hope

For the past few years, we have had theological themes for sermons each month.  This year, Hannah and I are doing something a little different. Rather than themes, we are using texts. In October, Hannah reflected on Robert Frost’s poem … Continue reading

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Incredibly Human

Jennifer Schlickbernd has been a member of Neighborhood UU Church for five years.  Here is her story about traveling last Friday. On Friday, November 1, I was planning to go to the airport for a trip I had been looking … Continue reading

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The Gates of Hope

Rev. Dr. Jim Nelson Here is what I know.  Violence is less likely when people come together to hear each other’s stories, when they do not judge each other, when they do not come together thinking they are more right … Continue reading

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A Mystery of Iniquity

Eleven years ago, I was in the Washington DC area when planes flew into the Pentagon, the World Trade Center, and a field in Pennsylvania.  As did most of you, we watched those terrible and frightening pictures on TV, and … Continue reading

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