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Every year, liturgical congregations observe Lent. This season begins with Ash Wednesday and lasts 40 days, ending on Easter Sunday. Overall, it is generally understood as a time of repentance and reflection and often in ...

Category: Holidays and Observances Religion

The final months of 2020 brought promising news of a vaccine rollout to protect against COVID-19. Your faith community members are undoubtedly relieved that an end to their separation from each other could be on its way ...

Category: Aid Religion Science

Despite the efforts made by Tennessee officials, the ULCM remains committed to defending the Constitutionally-guaranteed freedoms of their ministers in Tennessee and elsewhere. Read the latest on our legal battle here.  

Category: Universal Life Church Weddings

Many families spend several days throughout the year packing up excess clothing, shoes and other belongings to give away to avoid overflowing their homes' storage capacity. While this practice sometimes allows nonprofits ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

When you fall in love with the person you know you want to spend the rest of your life with, summer may seem too long to wait to tie the knot. You may have always dreamed of a post-wedding sleigh ride through snowy stree ...

Category: Weddings

During the holidays, there are a lot of traditions that make the season bright. Eating a big meal around a table full of loved ones, waking up early to excited children on Christmas morning and sharing a batch of hot coc ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

If you regularly welcome people into your home, you probably have a great setup in your guest room already. You make sure there are extra blankets, a charging station by the bedside and plenty of reading material just in ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

In many areas of the country, churches that shut down during the first wave of COVID-19 outbreaks have moved back to in-person services and now may be shutting down again. Some members are likely to be uncomfortable with ...

Category: Morality Religion Science

Do you have too much to do and not enough time? Even with so many people staying home due to COVID-19 restrictions, it still seems as if most Americans “rush and rush until life’s no fun.” Stopping to smell the ros ...

Category: Health and Wellness

The period of the year between late November through December isn't known for its ease and tranquility. Students and teachers are rushing to finish up the semester before a well-deserved break. Families are preparing the ...

Category: Holidays and Observances