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The Denver Public Library is Here for You

FirstAnnounce The Denver Public Library is Here for You(thanks to Becker Parkhurst-Strout for the post)-Hello, FUSD community! I’ve enjoyed seeing your faces and hearing your voices (I listen in on Amanda’s choir sessions each week!), and I have heard from several of you asking about another beloved community place, the Denver Public Library. While I

First Unitarian Denver Writer’s Group

FirstAnnounce First Unitarian Denver Writer’s Group(thank you to Kimberly Urish for the post)-We are starting a writer’s group for First Unitarian for all writers interested in participating. We will hold the first meeting on Monday, June 15th from 7:30p to 8:30p via Zoom. At this meeting, we will decide when and how frequently the group

News Flash Corner

FirstAnnounce ​News Flash CornerColleen B is reading and enjoying Louise Erdich’s new book “The Night Watchman.” She is also having Zoom/Disney parties with her 3 year-old granddaughter to watch “Frozen.”Sandy Parker’s family has had a flurry of surgeries this month. Her twin 16-year-old grandchildren both were in Children’s Hospital. Our own David Keller did a

You Can Join a CORE Circle

FirstAnnounce You Can Join a CORE Circle(thank you to Beverly Bravo for the post)-CORE Circles (Creative, Open, Religious, Exploration) are lay ministry groups that keep many of our members connected to each other and to the church. A trained facilitator takes a leadership role, and a genuine commitment is generally required of all members. These

May 2020 Ploughshare

Click To Download  PDF ​May 2020 Ploughshare Posted Date: ​May 1, 2020 

White Supremacy Culture

​White Supremacy CultureWhen I was about 13, I went to lunch with my dad.  I don’t remember where it was, exactly; I don’t think it was anywhere we’d been before – just one of many small restaurants near where he was living in Bardonia, NY, about half an hour north and east of New York

Building Memories…

Building Memories…“There are places I’ll rememberAll my life, though some have changedSome forever, not for betterSome have gone, and some remainAll these places had their momentsWith lovers and friends, I still can recallSome are dead, and some are livingIn my life, I’ve loved them all”  -John Lennon 1965 The Beatles released this song in 1965, since

A Piece of Mike’s (re)Open Mind…

​A Piece of Mike’s (re)Open Mind…  Several people have asked recently about when the church will reopen.  While I haven’t consulted with the Board about this specifically, and no one is in a position to predict the future, I think the answer is sometime safely after the self-quarantine rule has been lifted.  Although, I suspect it

Change

​​​Change​“Whatever IS will be WAS.”  Thich Nhat Hanh wrote: “If you suffer, it is not because things are impermanent. It is because you believe things are permanent. When a flower dies, you don’t suffer much, because you understand that flowers are impermanent. But you cannot accept the impermanence of your beloved one, and you suffer

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COVID-19 UPDATE: Sunday Services ​Have Moved Online.  Effective Immediately, we have suspended all in-person gatherings. We Will Continually Monitor & Update You.

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