[Uucf-bible] Writings needed for "Making Flesh Holy" issue of new UUCF publication: by Oct. 9
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RevRonRobinson at aol.com
Fri Sep 17 12:01:38 EDT 2010
Please read and pass on this letter posted below from co-Editor Rev.
Kathleen Rolenz about the new printed publication coming from the Unitarian
Universalist Christian Fellowship in time for Advent and Christmas, and then
again in time for Easter, and all the ways we are seeking your writings and
more for many of its departments and areas. Our traditional newsletter the
"Good News" has become a monthly e-version (if you would like to be on the
email list for it and are not, please send your preferred email address to
me), and our Journal will becoming an interactive online journal with a print
on demand alternative, and this allow us to create a new expanded printed
publication twice a year timed with Christmas and Easter.
Pass this on to others, including seminarians, other religious
professional leaders, who you know who write in different genres, review, exegete,
want to extend sermon audience, are varied artists, create liturgies, etc. By
following the link below to the UUCF website you will see the proposed
subject areas for the new issue focusing on mind, body, heart, spirit, and
taking it home practical suggestions.
Be a part of a new voice in progressive Christianity, and Unitarian
Universalism, but remember you don't have to be a Christian, or a UU, to
contribute with us. So pass on to others in other traditions as well.
Dear members and friends,
The Good News newsletter is morphing into something more like a bi-annual
journal, (Christmas and Easter) which will contain stories, sermon
excerpts, poetry, art work, prayers, etc, but we need your help. Please consider
submitting any of the above by October 9, 2010 so that we may be able to have
it in your mailbox and in your hands before Christmas.
The working theme is "Making Flesh Holy," and the seasonal reflection,
rituals & prayers should be geared towards Advent and Incarnation.
For more information about submission guidelines, go to the UUCF website:
(http://www.uuchristian.org/R_Publications_GNinfo.htm) describes the format for the new journal
(think along the lines of "Sacred Journey"(to view, go to--
or Parabola or Weavings.
Co-editor Kimberly Beyer-Nelson and I are very excited about this new
project and look forward to receiving your material by October 9, 2010.
Blessings on the start up of the Fall Season--wherever your various
ministries may take you,
Kathleen C. Rolenz
Rev. Kathleen Rolenz
West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church
440-333-2255 ext. 115
krolenz at wsuuc.org (alternative email)
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