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  • “Do you believe in God?”

    Recently, my 6 year old has been asking everyone in our household whether they believe in God or not. He means, specifically, the idea of Jesus as God. The conversations go like this: “Do you believe in God?” [person answers] “Do you want to know what I believe about God? I believe that God and […]

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  • King & King

    Stories for All Ages   King and King by Linda de Haan We used this story for a worship service focused on changing minds in the context of marriage equality, shortly before the Supreme Court took up a case on the topic.   Stories for All Ages King and King by Linda de Haan We […]

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  • April Musings

    It is exciting to have Margaret Lea returning to our piano bench as BuxMont’s Accompanist.  Many in the congregation have fond memories of her as our Accompanist from 2000 through 2007.  I personally enjoyed our collaboration throughout that time.  Margaret combines a wide variety of playing styles ranging from classical through the improvisation of contemporary […]

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  • Sitting at the Welcome Table

    Intro to Hymn 407: “We’re Gonna Sit at the Welcome Table” on March 10, 2013 While I was in grade school we lived on a small 36 acre farm in Western Kentucky. We had a 2 acre vegetable garden, including some feed corn for the steers and milk cow. Eggs and an occasional chicken came […]

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  • Come Grow With Us!

    We are celebrating an amazing year of musical growth at BuxMont with this year’s concert theme: “A BuxMont Music Extravaganza: Come, Grow With Us!” For example, our new ensembles Creedless Creekwater Revival and the Women’s chorus are both blossoming into vibrant parts of our musical community and program. Our coffee houses and song circles have grown in quality and […]

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  • Coming of Age Survey Results

    The Unitarian Universalist Coming of Age (COA) program is like CCD in Catholicism and Bar/Bat Mitzvah in Judaism and is designed to help our youth develop a deeper understanding of UUism as they explore their personal belief systems. COA is offered every other year at BuxMont to 8th and 9th graders. On January 13, the […]

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  • Neighboring Faiths

    The Neighboring Faiths class is having a busy year! Our intrepid students have received introductions to a variety of world religions and journeyed to worship services throughout the area to experience these faiths in practice. So far, the class has been generously welcomed by BuxMont’s own Pagan fellowship, the Darkaynu Jewish Congregation (also meeting at […]

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  • February Musings

    Our wonderful Accompanist, Lisa Bennett, has accepted a full-time teaching job and will unfortunately be leaving BuxMont. She will play Sunday services to the end of January, and will accompany our annual concert on March 3. But she needs to focus her energies on her new opportunity. We will all miss her beautiful solo playing […]

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  • Caregivers

    Delivered by Jim Phynn, August 12, 2007 My father and his twin sister could not have been any more different.  Of their parents’ eight children, he was the tallest; she was the shortest.  He was the skinniest.  She was, well, not the skinniest. At some point in their childhood, their sibling rivalry apparently had a dispute where, if […]

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  • Religion and Civilization

    Delivered by Gary Bennett, May 8, 2005 Imagine this:  you are surrounded by loved ones, without inflated egos or scrambling for rank, wealth and power.  Private property is limited to the decorative or personal.  There is no “marrying or being given into marriage,” not in our economic sense.  There is plenty to do, but it is meaningful labor.  You toil […]

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