Why all this focus on and fuss about clutter? New York Times columnist Pamela Druckerman says that “clutter is having its moment because we have accumulated a critical mass of it.”
Sermons by Rev. Marti Keller
Rev. Keller explores topics of everyday spirituality, prophetic witness, religious feminisms, and intra-religious teachings. She is especially sought for her contributions exploring the place of Judaism within and without Unitarian Universalism and for the individual.
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If memory serves me (which it often does not), the daintily illustrated, Woolworth-framed copy of the poem “If for Girls” that my mother gifted me with sometime in later childhood had formerly been a gift to her from her own mother.
Being a visiting minister here for a short while has made clear for me my priorities in making myself at home in a new-to-me town, if just for a few days at a time.
Sociologist Brene Brown tells us that in order for connection to happen, we have to allow ourselves to be seen, really seen. It is in this spirit that I speak to you this morning.
A look at the emerging Sunday Assembly movement after attending the opening service in Atlanta.
On the second day of January 1999, I held a small dinner party with a couple of close friends where we staged our own combination memorial services and wakes.