Just Around the Riverbend: A UU-Pagan’s Personal Reflection on Faith and Discovery

Liminal Seasons

     Below are the words that I shared with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Roanoke as part of our “This I Believe” Sermon Series which highlights the diverse range of belief found within the greater UU movement. It is a short, but full account of my journey into my path as both a UU and Pagan and what they mean to me as a single, evolving tradition.

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     The development of my identity as a Unitarian Universalist Pagan, or as UU-Pagan for short is one that ironically mimics both the literal and metaphorical mosaic that is the greater UU movement. Formed by the merger of Unitarians and Universalist, two historically heretical traditions of old, Unitarian Universalism today is truly a…

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