Monthly Archives: August 2011

music and the culture of worship

How do we change our worship culture to be more inclusive, more engaging, more compelling? Through music, of course! Here are a couple of quotes that challenge us to break out of the rut we can find ourselves in. Rick … Continue reading

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home on the range

What’s the range of the music you play for worship? A colleague recently said a service he attended reminded him of a scene from the movie The Blues Brothers. “Oh”, someone said, “you mean ‘we’re on a mission from God’?” … Continue reading

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more on inertia

Seth Godin is an author of books about business. His recent blog post, “The Warning Signs of Defending the Status Quo”, has been reposted all over the ‘net in a matter of hours, mostly to other business sites, but also … Continue reading

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your present is the future’s past

At the recent conference in Arlington VA, UUMN member Mimi Gonigam Stevens presented a thought-provoking look at Unitarian Universalism through the lens of our hymnals . Her thesis is that our real holy texts — the books that embody and … Continue reading

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UUMN

If you are a Unitarian Universalist, or leaning in that direction, and are a musician, then you should be a member of the Unitarian Universalist Musicians’ Network. It’s that simple. There was a time when I had no interest in … Continue reading

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