Month: April 2022

Again

Below is a poem I wrote a few days ago. I’m not deluded, I doubt it will make any difference and it certainly won’t change the minds of any insane/megalomaniac leaders. But writing a poem is maybe marginally better than not doing or saying anything. Michelle Mildiner Again They lived in peace A normal existence … Continue reading Again

Unitarians in Romania helping Ukrainian refugees and displaced people in Ukraine

By Beth O’Connell, UU Paris member and IWC Vice President From the onset of the war in Ukraine, the Hungarian Unitarian Church and Providence (Gondviselés), its charity organization, have responded to the needs of Ukrainian refugees fleeing across the border to Romania as well as internally displaced people in Ukraine. The International Convocation of Unitarian … Continue reading Unitarians in Romania helping Ukrainian refugees and displaced people in Ukraine

Retreat. Revive. Reconnect. Re……

Retreat. Revive. Reconnect. Religion. Remember. Rejoice! Regret. Relieve. Relive. Respond. Retire. Rewire. Respire. Rebegin. Revisit. Review. Relight. Regroup. Repeat. Relief. Restart. Return. …Prague. Europe. Earth. Here. Now. …Reflect. Renew. Retreat. We are one week away from the opening of our Spring 2022 EUU Retreat – and I look forward to seeing you ‘there’! You’ll be … Continue reading Retreat. Revive. Reconnect. Re……

Special event: Celebrate Pesach, the holiday of freedom Apr 15 with Shulamit Levine-Helleman

Our first two EUU Virtual Pesach Seders in 2020 and 2021 were both a success, so I am holding one again this year on Friday 15 April starting at 17:30 CET. A Pesach seder is a ritual telling of the story of the exodus from Egypt. The Hebrew word for Egypt, ‘Mitzrayim’, means ‘narrow places,’ … Continue reading Special event: Celebrate Pesach, the holiday of freedom Apr 15 with Shulamit Levine-Helleman