Tag Archives: George Zimmerman

After the Day After

After leading worship, I, like many others, reflect on what I might have done differently. Actually, such insights often come while I am still in the middle of a service. Usually, there is nothing to do but file the learning … Continue reading

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Reflecting on the Last Several Weeks – The Trayvon Martin Case Continues

Today a reporter asked me what I, and the congregation I serve, had been doing in light of the Trayvon Martin case unfolding in Sanford, just 30 minutes from our door. The question made me think it would be a … Continue reading

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Florida Unitarian Universalist Ministers’ Statement on Trayvon Martin Case

March 23, 2012 Unitarian Universalist ministers from around the state gathering in Jacksonville, Florida for their annual meeting today issued the following statement regarding last month’s tragic killing of Trayvon Martin in Central Florida. Whereas serious questions remain about the … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin – A Path Forward

For me, the tragedy that continues to unfold in Sanford, Florida stems from our culture’s difficulty in dealing with difference. As I was working on last week’s sermon, the 911 tapes from the night that Trayvon Martin was killed were … Continue reading

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