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Worship as Emotive Experience

This past Sunday, I became emotional in the pulpit… again. Ok, truth to be told, I’m always emotional in the pulpit. It’s part of why I never schedule anything for Sunday afternoon, because preaching a good UU sermon will wipe me out, physically, spiritually, and emotionally. I usually maintain enough Read more →

Worship Education

As I am finishing a paper for a class, it struck me that it might be useful for me to put another part of that paper on the web.  This paper was for a class with Rev. Betty-Jo Middleton on Models in Religious Education.  It is a section of the larger Read more →

About the UU Worship Service at the Great Lakes Naval Station

As I was completing a paper on an experiment in worship education that was conducted in the UU Worship Service at the Navy Basic Training at Great Lakes, I realized it contained my most extensive analysis of the experience of that worship service over the last 3 years.  Now that Read more →