| features JULY/AUGUST
2004 · VOL
XVIII NO 4 |
The Rev. Dr. Denis Meacham's innovative program is a model for other churches. You can help: Practical ways family and friends can assist
Extracts from a poem cycle reflecting on the Middle Passage from Africa to America.
No Classroom Walls
More Unitarian Universalists than ever are choosing homeschooling alternatives to public schools.
Commentary. Choose your enemies carefully
Wayside Pulpit. Sins
Heritage. The liberal way
Creations. Apples in August; Day and Night
Odyssey. Still hungry
Creations. Summer Advice. Humanists, go public
Poem. Having evolved from grass
Affirmations. Elevator speeches
Inside Out. Cartoon
Lesson. Arms up
From the Editor.
A word about our sponsors
Grow with religious education
Forum. Cohousing: What's so UU about it?
Congregational Life. Fair Trade coffee
Spiritual Landmark. The Unitarian Memorial Church in Fairhaven, Massachusetts
Bookshelf. Walden at 150
Book to note. Singing the Seventh Principle
Living Tradition. The monk and the sage
Books by UU Authors.
What in the World? Discussion topics on UU World articles
Looking Back. Kindergarten's radical advocate
UUs mobilize to register voters
Marriage fund elicits generous response
Political Action. Giving workers time off to cast their ballots
Social Witness. UUs march for reproductive rights
Environment. Recycling program wins kudos
In the Congregations.
New life for stalled congregations
Miracle Sunday works its magic
UU Trend. U.S. congregations helping abroad
Living the Faith. Changing society one girl at a time
Religion news. Orthodoxy as a political issue
Milestones. Obituaries for James L. Bosveld, William Anthony Donovan, Calvin Raymond Knapp, Raymond J. Pontier
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