When she died in November of 2010, Harriette Anderson had been a member of our church for 82 years! She officially joined in 1928 at age 17 and was a fountain of stories and church history. She loved to recall how the whole city of … read more.
Tag: Social Justice
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I love The Energy Gang. Though motivated by the perils of climate change, it is the podcast that most consistently leaves me hopeful and upbeat about the future. This digest on energy, cleantech and the environment tackles topics as diverse as climate-focused venture capital, the … read more.
The Backpack Program at Friends of Forgotten Children recently received a $5,000 grant from the Globe Community Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to … 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.
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.
I am planning to go on strike. And I hope you will join me. Greta Thunberg, the 16 year old climate activist is right. If not me, then who? If not now, then when? September 20th is Climate Strike Day. Millions of people around the … read more.
I was blown away when Chris S. texted me just two hours after the Interfaith Choir Concert to say that the event had raised more than $11,000 for the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness and its Safe Spaces Campaign. In making the pitch for … read more.