Will UU Be My Valentine?

While the Feast of St. Valentine has been celebrated since 496, it wasn’t until Chaucer wrote a poem in 1382 that the celebration became associated with romance and even at that only became more widely recognized in this country in the 19th century.  Is it possible that as Unitarian Universalists, we are uniquely suited to […]

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Cherishing Our Inner Equinox

The Spring Equinox celebrates the return of balanced hours of dark and light. We are reminded of the importance of appreciating and growing from both dark and light in our lives. Many writers and traditions recognize that this is a key to living fully. Bob moved to Door County full time in 2008, after a […]

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