We are a congregation that affirms and welcomes people of all races, genders, and sexual orientations. We strive to be a caring community where children and adults can safely learn and grow in mind, spirit and desire to serve. We come from many different faith traditions, and follow different paths. What binds us together is our respect for each other, our willingness to listen, our commitment to the principles of Unitarian Universalism, and the promises we make to create a community together. We worship, we teach our children and each other, we serve the hungry, we sponsor social justice programs and events. And we have fun!
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Reverend Janet C. Bush, Minister
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Simple Gifts – The Religion of KindnessAndrea Zucker
Ruminations on the Dalai Lama's "simple religion" of kindness, the Jewish philosophy of “tikkun olam” (repair of a broken world), and open-hearted compassion as the path to saving ourselves and our planet. Also, why kindness may not be so simple after all--and some ideas of how we might put all this into practice.
The Reverend Janet C. BushInspired by the Robert Frost poem “Choose Something Like a Star,” an exploration of what stays us when we are knocked off balance.
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Unitarian Society of
Northampton and Florence
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Northampton, MA 01060
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