It is with sadness we share that beloved Morwen Two Feathers left this world on July 17, 2018, surrounded by loved ones and rhythm.
What is remembered, lives.
Here is a link to Maine’s League of Women Voters voting guide. It explains the new ranked choice ballot system. And it offers a concise overview of the candidates running in D & R primaries.
I am so glad that this has been finally posted. I attended Sue’s workshop at GA in Portland two years ago. Such important information for congregation members and parish and community ministers to understand.
For those feeling they are UU in their hearts, wish to claim it as their own, but currently claimed by their faith according to the summary set out here by Sue Phillips, yet not yet part of a UU organization – you are Not Alone!
For individuals who have not found a local congregation to call your own, know that there are many online gatherings of UU communities, as well as the Church of the Larger Fellowship, where you can become a member of this UU covenanted “beyond-the-walls” congregation to be claimed by your faith.
For ministers ordained by another denomination and/or not UU fellowshipped, consider the Unitarian Universalist Society for Community Ministries as a viable option to live into your call as clergy in an ever-evolving faith-tradition.
I am so grateful that our beautiful trees that came down will be repurposed into new life as furniture and art ❤️❤️❤️ Thank youCarrie, Mark, Michael and Annie cannot wait to see the art you create and thanks to Andrea and Katie for protecting our trees from the dark forces = the would-be wood chippers 😎🙏🏼
Welcome! Your arrival is evident by the silver thaw that greets us this morning.
I bid you a request, if you will consider it please:
If you would set your low at this temperature this year, I would really appreciate it.
Really! You know 20° as opposed to -20° ️
Seriously, we take you seriously at 20° – you are a force to be reckoned with and we admire your power… so, no need to go overboard this year. OK?
Oh… and, and Maybe, just maybe, not deposit 5 feet of snow at one time this year, and definitely not three consecutive storms of multiple feet of snow with only a few days shoveling-time in-between each. Yes – let’s try that.
Let’s try it for this year and get together over hot-chocolate in March to say goodbye. Oh, yes, (P.S.) if you could depart by mid-March this year to make room for our next guest, Spring, I know you would gain many, many friends.
Just sayin, please consider it.
For this year.
and I think it’s going to rain today