Recently a surprising number of people have asked me, with looks of concern on their faces, some version of “How’s the Church presidency going.” I think they have confused the presidency of the Unitarian Church of Los Alamos with the presidency of the United States of America. People seem to think being president of . . . → Read More: How’s the Church Presidency Going?
I have recently run across two ideas that may offer some guidance as we navigate through the lengthy and complicated process of building a new church building. One is the idea of covenant which I heard about while my daughter-in-law was preparing a sermon. (She is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister.) The other is the . . . → Read More: Covenant and Trust in Leadership
As we move closer to a major vote on the new building, I’ve been thinking about my commitment to the Church and how much I feel I’ve gained from my participation in this religious community. I realize my involvement with the Church has changed me in profound ways and deepened my faith in the value . . . → Read More: Take Some Time to Reflect on Your Place in This Community
This is my last monthly Voice column. A year ago I was pretty worried about doing these. Pretty much the only regular writing I did was technical in nature; fairly incomprehensible to anyone but the folks it was written for, and probably of little interest even to them.
But it’s turned out to be fun, . . . → Read More: The Disease of Me
Today is Sunday, April 22, and it’s gonna be quite a crappy day.
I’ve been sick all week—allergies or a cold or something nasty—the kind of sick that makes it hard to concentrate on anything. Hence I’ve let responsibilities slide and they’ve piled up.
So here I am on a Sunday, with too many important . . . → Read More: A Day Full of the Stuff That is my Life