September has always felt more like the New Year to me than January, so I’m grateful that our first monthly theme for this church year is Renewal. It was also supposed to be our theme last April, but we were three weeks into all-online church … read more.
Thank you. Seriously. For allowing me to have generous time off this summer, to breathe, to replenish, to regain perspective, to listen to wise and entertaining voices on podcasts, audio recordings, and on film. And to read and reflect, connect with family and friends, and … read more.
By Josie Albertson-Grove • New Hampshire Union Leader
Aug 1, 2020 Updated Aug 2, 2020
I N HER NEW BOOK, “Finding Home,” photographer Becky Field has continued a years-long project of documenting and celebrating the state’s burgeoning diversity, keeping her lens focused on New Hampshire’s … read more.
Jacob Blake. Jacob Blake. Jacob Blake.
We speak your name aloud in this liminal time, holding you in prayer and love.
We surround you–a great cloud of witnesses, living and dead–holding you tenderly and sending you energy and strength as your sacred body struggles to … read more.
By Paul Feely New Hampshire Union Leader
Jul 8, 2020 Updated Jul 8, 2020
CONCORD — A coalition of disability organizations has filed a lawsuit against state officials claiming New Hampshire’s absentee ballot system could negatively impact the safety and privacy of voters who are blind or have … read more.
Someone turned the “Black Lives Matter” message into “All Lives Matter” on the sign outside the Unitarian Universalist Church of Concord, officials said
By Katherine Underwood • Published July 10, 2020 • Updated on July 10, 2020 at 6:00 pm
For the second time in a couple … read more.
Sixty small cardboard people populated the sidewalk in front of the State House in Concord Tuesday afternoon representing the immigrants being detained by federal authorities at Strafford County Jail.
Titled “Don’t Look Away,” the art display was put on by immigrants’ rights group Never Again Action N.H. … read more.
The Rev. Lyn Marshall pulled into the Unitarian Universalist Church last Sunday for her first live-stream sermon since the coronavirus changed the way people worship.
Her focus quickly shifted, from preparing for her message to the congregation to the message spray-painted on the Wayside Pulpit on … read more.
“Excel” used to be my second language. Spreadsheets are what I used all day long to create models translating environmental, health, and economic data into information that could be used by decision makers in DC. Which might explain why I am so tickled to see … read more.