Americans of Conscience Checklist: Week of November 11, 2018

Americans of Conscience Checklist: Week of November 11, 2018 By Jen Hofmann -Submitted by Judy Sullivan, USH Social Justice Chair 104 weeks down, 103 weeks to the presidential election. The AoC Checklist features clear, well-researched actions for Americans who value democracy, equality, voting, and decency. We practice gratitude, self-care, and celebration to stay engaged. I value democracy. With […]

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Americans of Conscience Checklist, Week of November 4

-Submitted by Judy Sullivan, USH Social Justice Chair Americans of Conscience Checklist, Week of November 4 By Jen Hofmann 104 weeks down The AoC Checklist features clear, well-researched actions for Americans who value democracy, equality, voting, and decency. We also practice gratitude, self-care, and celebration to stay engaged. I value perseverance. Take a day of rest this […]

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Americans of Conscience Checklist, Week of October 21, 2018

-Submitted by Judy Sullivan, USH Social Justice Chair Americans of Conscience Checklist, Week of October 21, 2018 By Jen Hofmann The AoC Checklist features clear, well-researched actions for Americans who value democracy, equality, voting, and decency. We also practice gratitude, self-care, and celebration to stay engaged. I value democracy. Guided by respect and collaboration, we create a […]

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Is God Just Another Word for Love?

Is God just another word for Love? In my own search for truth and meaning, I am captivated by science which frankly fills me with amazement and awe. I am reassured that the scientific method is based on observation and objective verification. In science I find both truth and meaning. This is how things are, […]

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Ever Thought of Stewardship as Spiritual Practice?

Ever Thought of Stewardship as Spiritual Practice? In the summer worship of 2018 we described many different forms of spiritual practice here at Unitarian Society of Hartford (USH) – Buddhist meditation, Tai Chi, art, self-compassion, connecting, and Small Group ministry. One spiritual practice we didn’t talk about is Spiritual Stewardship.  What, you say? What I […]

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What do you consider “spirituality”?

I am wondering as the Unitarian Society of Hartford Board chair of “Spiritual Life” what you consider spirituality. I know many people struggle with this word and for two primary quite different reasons. 1) Many were hurt during their upbringing by people using the word in more traditional religious. Those in this case HAD a […]

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