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One of the most renowned of all Protestant Christian missionaries, Amy Carmichael is remembered most for the fifty-five years she spent doing evangelistic and philanthropic work in India. She began her missions career, however, with fifteen months in Japan before falling ill, returning to Ireland, and then returning to Asia with her focus on India. This collection of letters is a record of that time in Japan, and is fascinating not only for its biographical interest but also for its insights ...
 
Welcome to Rev'ing Up, the newest media ministry from Community Church of New York. This show is a container to explore the intersectionalities of life, ministry, and professional clergy formation from the perspective of three Unitarian-Universalist intern ministers. We are in community with you, our listeners. We invite you to co-create this space with us as we move through our first season. Contact us at podcast@ccny.org and mark your calendar for a live conversational event hosted by CCNY ...
 
Hope & Heresy: Life on the Religious Left is a podcast for everyday people who want to live meaningfully without letting arbitrary doctrine or oppressive religious practice prevent them from asking big questions about our complicated world. Hosts Reverend Peggy Clarke and Reverend Sarah Lenzi discuss a series of contemporary issues, using history and theology as their guides. The initial episodes of Hope & Heresy were recorded on-site at Community Church of New York, a Unitarian-Universalist ...
 
This play does have Cinderella and a Godmother, Royalty, and glass slippers, but it takes place in WW1 and is certainly not your typical fairy tale! Produced on Broadway in 1916, it was made into a silent movie in 1925. - Summary by ToddHW Cast list (in order of appearance): Mr. Bodie: Peter Yearsley Policeman: ToddHW Cinderella: VivianWeaver Gentleman: Mike Harris Mrs. Maloney: Michele Eaton Marion: Amy Deuchler Man: Tomas Peter Marie-Therese: April6090 Gladys: Leanne Yau Delphine: Lydia Go ...
 
Pericles, Prince of Tyre is a Jacobean play written at least in part by William Shakespeare and included in modern editions of his collected works despite questions over its authorship, as it was not included in the First Folio. Modern editors generally agree that Shakespeare is responsible for almost exactly half the play—827 lines—the main portion after scene 9 that follows the story of Pericles and Marina. Modern textual studies indicate that the first two acts of 835 lines detailing the ...
 
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Our first season of Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership is coming to a close! Join us for our live event on CCNY YouTube (youtube.com/c/ccnyuu) at 7pm Eastern on Thursday, May 27 and bring your thoughts and questions. On today's show, Carrie and Meagan continue their discussion about intern ministership during the COVID-1…
 
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As our first season of Rev'ing Up moves toward its close, Meagan and Carrie take time to discuss a question we saw frequently in the responses to our Rev'ing Up initial community survey: what the heck is it like to learn ministry during a pandemic? From opening meetings with spiritual readings and personal check-ins to cultivating gratitude for new…
 
Thank you for joining us for another episode of Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership. Today, Meagan and Carrie have serious news to share regarding our colleague Anthony Cruz, whose journey at Community Church has come to an unexpected end. From that announcement, the conversation moves into a meditation on the importance …
 
For a list of the authors/ books discussed, subscribe to the Women With Books newsletter (With extra Q&A from the guests!) or buy through Bookshop.Org and support independent bookstores here. THANK YOU FOR LEAVING A REVIEW SO THAT READERS CAN FIND THIS SHOW. XOXOX Leave Me A Voice Message and Tell me Something Good about a Book! https://anchor.fm/w…
 
It's the final installment in our season-long exploration of aspects of the divine! Throughout this season, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy have deeply contemplated and discussed the possibilities of the divine and humans' relationship to it. Today we discuss our motivation for embarking on this season-long project and the lessons we've taken awa…
 
Welcome back to Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership! Last week Meagan shared her story of facing the economic realities of pursuing a life in ministry. This week, we hear a bit of Carrie's personal narrative, then expand into a discussion of the competing pressures that define ministry as a career (especially in Unitarian…
 
Throughout our season-long exploration of the divine and its many expressions, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy have often returned to the idea that our vision of the divine substantially affects how we move in the world. On today's episode, the conversation picks up the theme of "process theology" from last week's show and moves into a discussion…
 
Ministers are people too and have economic and social needs just like anyone else. Is our faith structured to support them? On today's mini-episode of Rev'ing Up: Answering the Call of Liberal-Religious Leadership, CCNY intern minister Meagan Henry tells her story of being discouraged from pursuing ministry as a young single parent and how she foun…
 
The process of becoming a minister is both individual and community-based. On today's episode, Carrie, Anthony, and Meagan explore some of the complexities and contradictions of ministerial formation through the lens of their personal backgrounds. In a liberal religion where a path to ministership is not restricted by gender, sexuality, or adherenc…
 
"God is beyond the realm of opposites." As our season-long exploration of aspects of the divine approaches its end, Rev. Peggy and Rev. Sarah spend time today discussing the complicated, cyclical, always-in-process relationship between humans and the divine. Beginning with a discussion of human gender binaries and how they have been projected onto …
 
Welcome back, Anthony! Anthony has returned from his retreat for Unitarian-Universalists of color and joins Carrie and Meagan for today's conversation about sources of hope. Our three hosts share personal stories of encounters with kind strangers, receiving help from unexpected sources, and moving from the "I" to the "we" by living in community. St…
 
Happy Easter from Hope & Heresy! On today's episode, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy spend time with the story of Holy Week and Easter. While Reverend Peggy identifies as Christian, Reverend Sarah does not and this episode reflects the complexity that is encompassed by Unitarian-Universalism. History and sociology blend with reflection and theolo…
 
Between Easter, Passover, and the rites of spring, this is a busy time for liberal-religious leaders! At these transitional times of year many of us feel the urge to engage in communal rituals, and lots of Unitarian-Universalist individuals and congregations share in celebrations of Easter, Passover, and the equinox. And of course, Unitarian-Univer…
 
For a list of the authors/ books discussed, subscribe to the Women With Books newsletter (With extra Q&A from the guests!) or buy through Bookshop.Org and support independent bookstores here. THANK YOU FOR LEAVING A REVIEW SO THAT READERS CAN FIND THIS SHOW. XOXOX Leave me A Voice Message and Tell me Something Good about a Book! https://anchor.fm/w…
 
Chag Pesach sameach! Reverend Peggy and Reverend Sarah each grew up observing Passover in mixed-faith families. This week on Hope & Heresy, we take a close look at the Passover story and what it means to our ongoing investigation of the many aspects of the divine. When the divine appears in our lives to liberate us, how do we respond? What lessons …
 
"We must transform ourselves and our communities in order to transform society." -- Grace Lee Boggs (1915-2015), organizer and author. On today's show, our hosts Carrie, Anthony, and Meagan discuss theological formation and moving between theory and practice in a process-oriented religion like Unitarian-Universalism. How do ministers develop their …
 
Our modern liberal-religious beliefs do not encompass "the divine right of kings", but as humans living in societies we are drawn toward certain ideas about power and those who exercise it. On today's episode, Reverend Peggy and Reverend Sarah take up the thorny question of the relationship between human power and the divine. What are we looking fo…
 
Welcome to Rev'ing Up, the newest media ministry from Community Church of New York. This show is a container to explore the intersectionalities of life, ministry, and professional clergy formation from the perspective of three Unitarian-Universalist intern ministers. On today's show, our hosts Meagan, Carrie, and Anthony discuss the challenges of d…
 
Welcome to Rev'ing Up, the newest media ministry from Community Church of New York. This show is a container to explore the intersectionalities of life, ministry, and professional clergy formation from the perspective of three Unitarian-Universalist intern ministers. On today's show, our hosts Anthony, Meagan, and Carrie lay the foundations of our …
 
This episode picks up themes explored in the previous show, "Divine Hunter", as Hope & Heresy continues our season-long exploration of aspects of the divine. Today, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy are talking about a liberal religious approach to the relationship between the divine and free will. If we do not accept the Calvinist doctrine of pre-…
 
Reverend Peggy and Reverend Sarah continue our season-long exploration of aspects of the divine, always from a liberal-religious perspective that centers love and justice. This week, we're talking about the experience of being hunted, or given a mission, by the divine. How will you recognize this experience when it happens? What does it feel like? …
 
Our season-long exploration of the divine continues, as Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy discuss divine retribution from a liberal religious perspective. What is the relationship between divine love and divine retribution or justice? What does a Universalist understanding, in which everyone is loved and saved, have to offer in our complex modern d…
 
Welcome to season three of Hope & Heresy: Life on the Religious Left! "Love isn't blind. Love sees everything, all the flaws, and includes them." In this season, we'll explore the many aspects of the divine and how we experience it in our lives as liberal religious people. Today's show, recorded just before Valentine's Day 2021, explores the many f…
 
Socially Distant Holiday Playlist Activity: https://lindsayemory.com/blog/2020/11/17/socially-distanced-dance-party My Novella's Christmas Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNGDRL6jNuBY2pFYcw3YJZdWvDsOybSY_ Leave me A VoICe MeSsAgE! https://anchor.fm/womenwithbooks/message More info about Christmas Actually: https://lindsayemory.com/chri…
 
Happy holidays from Hope & Heresy! In our season 2 finale, Reverend Peggy and Reverend Sarah discuss the complexities of Christmas celebrations in the United States for liberal religious people. Looking at the original Scriptural source material for the Christmas story, forces that shaped this mythology over time, and the way the holiday is interpr…
 
Check my latest release, discussed in this episode: Christmas Actually Or find my blog with all the books and media recommended, here. For a list of the authors/ books discussed, subscribe to the Women With Books newsletter (With extra Q&A from the guests!) Friend me on Goodreads! THANK YOU FOR LEAVING A REVIEW SO THAT READERS CAN FIND THIS SHOW. X…
 
It's a special day for Hope & Heresy as Reverend Peggy and Reverend Sarah welcome their first guest to the show. Reverend Mack Brandon of Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion Church in Ridgewood, NJ, joins us to discuss music, anti-racism, self-care, and the ever-changing role of ministers in the struggle for social justice. This episode is also available on Y…
 
In the early 20th century, Community Church's famed minister John Haynes Holmes went on a ten-day spiritual retreat to determine his vision for the church. Would a woman minister have the option to do the same thing? On this episode of Hope & Heresy: Life on the Religious Left, 21st century ministers Reverend Peggy and Reverend Sarah discuss their …
 
As a very different type of Thanksgiving holiday approaches in the United States, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy discuss cultural narratives and the opportunities they provide for healing and growth. In this episode, Reverend Sarah mentions a group spiritual development experience she is participating in at the moment. If you're interested in le…
 
Election Week 2020 was a time of deep uncertainty and division in the United States. In this episode, recorded before a victory was announced for President-Elect Biden, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy discuss the road that led to this moment. In a world where the truth itself is contested, what is the role of liberal religion? And what does liber…
 
On the eve of a momentous election in the United States, the founding figures, documents, and ideals of America are under scrutiny. In this episode, recorded October 30, 2020, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy offer a liberal religious perspective on civic engagement and what lies ahead for our country. What is the dream of America and how can we w…
 
As news headlines swirl about religion and its role in public life, Reverend Sarah and Reverend Peggy take a step back to examine the bigger picture. What is religion? How are religion and spirituality connected? And what is the role of community-building in religious practice? Enjoy this timeless conversation about the sociology of religion, prese…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of "Hope & Heresy: Life on the Religious Left"! Our hosts, Reverend Sarah Lenzi and Reverend Peggy Clarke, wrestle with contemporary issues using history and theology as guides. This is a show for everyday people who want to reclaim religion and live meaningfully without arbitrary doctrine. In our season opener, Reverend Peggy a…
 
Take Action/ Further Reading: NAACP We Are Done Dying campaign: https://naacp.org/campaigns/we-are-done-dying/ Equal Justice Initiative, "Tragic Death of George Floyd Reveals Continuing Problem of Police Violence": https://eji.org/news/tragic-death-of-george-floyd-reveals-continuing-problem-of-police-violence/ Alex S. Vitale, "The answer to police …
 
This episode is also available to watch on YouTube! https://youtu.be/XRjEUMWlXyk In today's episode, Sarah and Peggy return to the "recording studio" to discuss the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on New York City and the world. Since our last in-person recording session, our lives have altered dramatically and many of us have lost loved o…
 
Women With Books Podcast - a book club in your pocket - a podcast about genre fiction that's for, by and about women. Hosted by Lindsay Emory, author and total HBIC. (We talk about romance, mystery, suspense and more!)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/womenwithbooks/message
 
Women With Books Podcast - a book club in your pocket - a podcast about genre fiction that's for, by and about women. Hosted by Lindsay Emory, author and total HBIC. (We talk about romance, mystery, suspense and more!)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/womenwithbooks/message
 
Women With Books Podcast - a book club in your pocket - a podcast about genre fiction that's for, by and about women. Hosted by Lindsay Emory, author and total HBIC. (We talk about romance, mystery, suspense and more!)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/womenwithbooks/message
 
In our last in-person recording session for now, Peggy and Sarah discuss the early days of COVID-19 in New York City. Thoughts on this episode? Please write to us at podcast@ccny.org! Hosted by Reverend Peggy Clarke (Community Church of New York) and Reverend Sarah Lenzi (The Unitarian Society of Ridgewood, NJ) Produced by Amy Wilson Original music…
 
It's okay to talk about sex with your minister or in a religious setting, but many people find that difficult. From the time of Augustine, sex has been bound up with religion, power, money, and patriarchy. Join us for a warm and friendly conversation to untangle some of that history and how it continues to affect many people today. Thoughts on this…
 
Not all grief is encompassed by our conventional understanding. Labor laws often prescribe a certain amount of time for a certain type of grief, while social norms encourage us to understand grief as directly related to death. The conversation in today's episode touches upon many types of grief: the loss of a meaningful job, the transition of a chi…
 
This is a shame-free zone. Today's episode won't tell you to quit Facebook or to get off the grid entirely, but it will encourage you to think deeply about technology as a tool, the progress of humanity, and how we use tech to relate to each other. Thoughts on this episode? Please write to us at podcast@ccny.org! Hosted by Reverend Peggy Clarke (Co…
 
"The revolution will be spiritual." Today's discussion illuminates the near future of climate change, theological understandings of humanity's relationship to the earth, and what can be done on an individual and community level to address this existential crisis. Thoughts on this episode? Please write to us at podcast@ccny.org! Hosted by Reverend P…
 
What is heresy and why is it necessary in today's conflicted and complicated world? The word "heresy" is challenging for many people, but the heretics in history have been critical to moving religious thought forward. On the inaugural episode of Hope & Heresy: Life on the Religious Left, Reverend Sarah Lenzi and Reverend Peggy Clarke discuss their …
 
Women With Books Podcast - a book club in your pocket - a podcast about genre fiction that's for, by and about women. Hosted by Lindsay Emory, author and total HBIC. (We talk about romance, mystery, suspense and more!)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/womenwithbooks/message
 
Women With Books Podcast - a book club in your pocket - a podcast about genre fiction that's for, by and about women. Hosted by Lindsay Emory, author and total HBIC. (We talk about romance, mystery, suspense and more!)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/womenwithbooks/message
 
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