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Ram Mohan Roy: A Unitarian in India with Thomas Howard Ram Mohan Roy was a Bengali Brahmin, who in 1821 helped organize the Calcutta Unitarian Society.  In 1828, the Society transformed into the Brahmo Samaj, which called for the radical reform of Hinduism and became central to the development of modern Bengali culture.  He published […]

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It’s Difficult to Offer Love and Compassion When I Want to Punch You in the Face with Rev. Karon Sandberg A provocative title, I know.  But admit it, no matter which side of the fence we are standing on, we are all too familiar with these feelings.  Politics and the pandemic have pushed us further […]

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The Change We Hope to Bring

The Change We Hope to Bring with Rev. Phillip Lund A Special Visit from our UUA Advisor! From the largest denomination to the smallest congregation, religion in America is in the midst of inevitable change. Religious affiliation, church membership, and worship attendance has steadily declined since the turn of the century, while the number of […]

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