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Unitarian Universalists to vote on updated covenant, values at 2024 General Assembly

Unitarian Universalists debate revising their Article II covenant at the 2024 General Assembly, highlighting changes in values and sparking discussions on identity and inclusion.

Veradale UCC Hosts ‘Love Lives Here’ Potluck, Marking Anniversary and Defying Hate Crime

Veradale UCC hosts 'Love Lives Here' potluck, celebrating love over hate after a vandalism incident. Join the community gathering and learn how the church is responding to challenges with unity and compassion.

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Inland Northwest Coalition for the Liberation of Palestine Emerges Amid Ongoing Conflict

A group of local residents frustrated and horrified at what has been going on in Israel and the Gaza Strip over the last two months have banded together to create a new organization, the Inland Northwest Coalition for the Liberation of Palestine.

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Unitarian Universalists to vote on updated covenant, values at 2024 General Assembly

Unitarian Universalists debate revising their Article II covenant at the 2024 General Assembly, highlighting changes in values and sparking discussions on identity and inclusion.

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Explore the ancient spiritual concept of "holy fools" - eccentric figures who renounced worldly possessions to challenge society's norms and promote deeper faith across religions like Christianity, Eastern Orthodox, and more. Discover their radical role.

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Unitarian Universalists to vote on updated covenant, values at 2024 General Assembly

Unitarian Universalists debate revising their Article II covenant at the 2024 General Assembly, highlighting changes in values and sparking discussions on identity and inclusion.

Episcopal Church grapples with ‘transformative role’ in Native American residential schools

The Episcopal Church begins a $2M truth-seeking process to reckon with its role operating 34+ Native American boarding schools aimed at cultural assimilation, overcoming obstacles to expose a traumatic legacy.

Southern Baptists don’t get votes to add ‘only men’ pastors language to constitution

Find out why the proposed change in Southern Baptist Convention constitution to allow women pastors in the did not receive the required two-thirds majority.

New report finds ‘surge’ in corporate attention to religious diversity

Explore the changing landscape of corporate diversity. Learn how more Fortune 500 companies are embracing religious diversity and inclusion.

1,200 Jewish professors urge Senate to reject antisemitism definition

Discover why 1,200 Jewish university professors are opposing the codification of a controversial definition of antisemitism into federal law.

Black church’s versatile pandemic innovations foster broader community, online giving

Explore how Woodville Church of the Nazarene, a Black Church in Virginia, adapted during the pandemic, increasing their community and giving.

United Methodist Church Makes Historic Moves Toward LGBTQ Inclusion

The United Methodist Church moved a step closer this week toward lifting its decades-old ban on same-sex weddings and LGBTQ clergy through a series of groundbreaking votes at the denomination's General Conference.

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Navigating a crisis of faith from "Ask an Evangelical": Explore how people can deal with doubts and find answers in times of uncertainty.

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Concerning the sacrament of Confession, Christ directly gave the authority to his Church to remit or retain the sins of the penitent. 

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