Happy Thanksgiving, one and all! I am very grateful for so many things, certainly including the wonderful Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Andover.
This year, as in many years in the past, I have "adopted" (sponsored) a turkey at the Farm Sanctuary. It's part of my own Thanksgiving tradition. I myself am a vegetarian, but you can adopt a turkey whether you're a vegetarian or not!
I adopted Antoinette this year: "Let them eat squash!"
Monday, November 7, 2011
UUCiA minister emeritus, Peter Richardson, has issued a new book, Journey Beyond God: Religious Philosophy for Our Time. Many of the themes will be familiar to UUCiA members and friends from 1992-2002, when he was minister of the congregation. In four chapters, "Alone", "Together", "Between", "Among", the author explores the contrast of theologically based vs. humanist naturalist religion. Themes include nature and spirituality, spiritual practice, congregation, ethics, pluralism and world religion, ministry, worship, freedom and democracy, education, religious authority, mysticism, consciousness, reason, purpose and life goals. It is a quality paperback, 192 pp, 39 illustrations, 5 figures, study guide, bibliography, notes and index. ISBN-13: 978-0-9741152-8-3. Cost is 24.95 + 3.50 p&h via. www.redbarnrockland.com using either PayPal or the contact feature where you can be billed with the invoice.