1. Katie & Caryn Story of Transformation


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    How does one go from being a casual member to forming true connection? Hear this powerful testimony from Katie and Caryn.

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    • UUBRidge Pete Seeger Tribute - Ira


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      • UUBRidge March 23, 2014


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        This reflection is from the service entitled, "The Medicine of Sacred Rhythms, Sacred Songs," led by Suzanna Stone. From the service description: "The rhythm and songs from within are your heart-songs made audible for the world to hear. In this empowering service we will cover the basics of drumming while learning the intricacies of drumming in a group. Through traditional West African rhythms we will explore the drum as a healing extension of the spirit. We will learn and sing simple yet sacred songs to re-connect us to the beauty and spirit found within and all around."

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        • A Different Faith


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          Synopsis Not many people have heard, about Unitarian Universalist (UU) church, many people think it's a cult, but in what do they believe? In this documentary you will learn about the religion, their community and their beliefs, Ilse Santillan © 2013 All rights reserved.

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          • Recognizing and Resisting the New Jim Crow


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            This sermon was delivered on March 9, 2014 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbus, Indiana by its Intern Minister, Shari Woodbury. It was based on Michelle Alexander's bestselling book, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness (The New Press: New York, 2012). A book discussion group in Columbus will focus on our nation's destructive incarceration problem, its history and origins, racial aspects, and how to change it. The group will meet three times, every other Wednesday, on these dates: March 26, April 9, and April 23. Join us from 7:00 - 8:30 PM at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbus (UUCCI), 7850 Goeller Boulevard. Appropriate for ages sixteen through the Sage Stage. Facilitated by Shari Woodbury. The book is available from Viewpoint Books in downtown Columbus, with a 10% discount if you indicate you plan to participate in the discussion group. The New Jim Crow can also be ordered online, including e-book versions. To register or for questions, please contact Shari (intern.uucci@gmail.com). Registration by March 17 is helpful, but not absolutely required. All interested community members are welcome.

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            • UUBRidge March 9, 2014


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              This reflection is titled "Unitarian Worship, Nature and the Environment," and was given by UUBRidge member, Ian Fitzsimmons. Thoughtful attention to the environment fits into UU principles and worship as a core element, in part because of the key role nature has played in worship since early human societies have existed, in part because of the contribution made by studies of nature to the rationalism that helps distinguish Unitarian worship, and, finally, because of the changing role of human society to the natural world in contemporary times. A focus on interaction between society and its environment also provides a natural pathway to consideration of interaction among societal groups, including fairness and justice.

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              • UUBRidge February 23, 2014


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                The theme of this service is "Inch by Inch: The Spirituality of Farming," and the readings and reflection are given by UUBRidge members Rachel Bynum and Eric Plaksin. Growing a garden is one of the most basic and accessible ways to interact with our world and ourselves. Join us this Sunday as we explore various opportunities for spiritual growth in the garden, drawn from a variety of traditions and personal experiences.

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                • Been Down Into the South: Kim & Reggie Harris Civil Rights Struggle Story and Music


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                  "The Songs Tell The Story" and Kim & Reggie Harris combine some of the stories from Civil Rights march in 1965, with a joyful song. Performed on February 8, 2014, at concert hall of Tobias Music in Downers Grove, Illinois.

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