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adherent of Unitarianism

of or relating to or characterizing Unitarianism

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Vicar, Anna Jarvis, said: "We have managed to obtain PS30,000 in outside grants, thanks to the Gregson Trust, Congregational and General Trust, and the Manchester District Association of Unitarian and Free Christian churches.
Minister, Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation
Unlike his former denomination, the Spokane Unitarians were more than eager to be led by a heretic.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lawrence, 1263 N.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Palisades (UUCP) is a non-profit organization that believes in a free and responsible search for meaning.
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will use the grant money to create a Resilience Adaptation Community Toolkit (ReACT), and use it in community led neighborhood canvassing and at community meetings to provide education and training to reduce public health risks associated with increasingly severe storms and sea level rise associated with climate change in South Delray Beach, Fla.
Buddhist representatives (especially those associated with Shinshu Otani-ha, whose main temple is Higashi Honganji in Kyoto) and Unitarian followers had considerable interaction, as Mohr expertly shows, which led to intriguing debates about "universality.
SIR - The interesting article by Rachael Misstear (March 10) relating to the restoration of Yr Hen Gapel, Llandyssul, omitted to mention arguably the most influential Unitarians chapel in Welsh history: Hen Dy Cwrdd, (The Old Meeting House), Cefn Coed Y Cymmer, Merthyr Tydfil.
The first direct connection with the Unitarian Church developed through Mann's engagement during World War II.
First Zastoupil offers a survey of the Unitarian debates raging across England at the rime of Roy's arrival.
This tale of the creation of the beloved American Christmas song may be partly imagined, but its spirit captures the essence of the life and works the pre-Civil War Unitarian minister who preached in a Unitarian church in the 1850's.
So said legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright about the First Unitarian Society's Meeting House in Madison, WI, when he designed it in 1950.
A TEESSIDE building that is no more is the Unitarian Church in Stockton's Wellington Street.
More specifically, Copestake maintains that Williams's poetics of avant-garde organicism was influenced by his early exposure to the Unitarian interest in Pre-Raphaelite social philosophy and aesthetics (a Unitarian church Williams attended in Philadelphia as a young man features stained glass windows created by Henry Holiday).
Copestake (literature, University of Bamberg, Germany) looks at the work of American poet William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) in terms of his Unitarian upbringing and beliefs.
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