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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!
Our website contains information about our programs and ministries, and links to places to learn more about Unitarian Universalism. We hope you enjoy exploring it. The best way to learn about us is to visit us on Sunday morning. We hope to see you soon.
Reverend Janet C. Bush, Minister
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February 1February 8
The World According to UU PrinciplesOur Coming of Age Class
Our coming of age class members share ideas about how our UU principles can shape the way we live our lives.
What World Do You Imagine?The Reverend Linda Hoddy
The poet Wallace Stevens wrote, "for small reason, we think The World imagined is the ultimate good." There is both great opportunity and great danger in imagination, for we also say, "God and the Imagination are one . . ." This sermon, stimulated by Steven's poem, explores the power of imagination in shaping our individual lives and our world.
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Unitarian Society of
Northampton and Florence
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Northampton, MA 01060
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