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Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson

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Where Justice and Compassion Cross All Borders

November 30, 2008

Rev. Diane Dowgiert with readings by Carolyn Saunders and Walt Staton

This bold declaration is contained within the Mission/Covenant of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson. When No More Deaths was adopted as a ministry of the congregation, we began living more fully into spirit of who we are together as a people. I spent a day at one of the No More Deaths camps in order to learn more about this ministry of humanitarian aid to migrants. I’ll share some of my experience with you.

© Rev. Diane Dowgiert

Stone Soup for Thanksgiving?

November 23, 2008

Rev. Diane Dowgiert, Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings, Walt Staton

An extended family worship service featuring a dramatic portrayal of the classic "Stone Soup" story.  This podcast includes a "conversation" between Lisa and Walt about a new family activity for the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson and No More Deaths and reflections by Rev. Diane on the Stone Soup story.

© Rev. Diane Dowgiert, Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings, and Walt Staton

Loss: An Inevitable Journey

November16, 2008

Anne Springer, R.N. with introduction by Randall Springer

Reflections on loss, lessons to be learned, and ways to support yourself and others during the grief jouney.

© Anne Springer

Finding Hope in Troubled Times

November 2, 2008

Rev. Diane Dowgiert

Times of struggle and difficulty can lead to a spiritual crisis, or they can lead to a deepening of faith, commitment, and meaningful purpose. Daring to think theologically during troubled times may very well be the path from despair to hope.

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