Regarding “Faith-based groups turn up the heat on ICE” (Page F3, Sunday), it was very gratifying to read the article that highlighted the response of both the Unitarian Universalist Association and the American Friends Service Committee to the inhumane abuses of ICE. It was particularly … read more.
Author Archives: Becky Edmiston-Lange
Our senior minister, Rev. Dr. Becky Edmiston-Lange, delivered the Invocation for Interfaith Ministries of Greater Houston (IM) Multi-faith Council on Wednesday, May 23. The Multi-faith Council is a network of communities of faith that sustain and expand IM’s Interfaith Relations and Community Partnership’s efforts to … read more.
We are in Stewardship season – the time when we ask one another to think about the importance of this congregation in their lives and to make a financial commitment to the church for the year.
If you were in church on January 21 when we … read more.
Life does not proceed according to plan, does it? Who of us would have anticipated that, for the second time in a row, a church year would begin with such sadness? Of course, last year, the sadness was specific to our congregation with the sudden … read more.
From our senior minister, the Rev. Dr. Becky Edmiston-Lange:
Typically, my first column back after my summer vacation/study break would be on a more personal note. But this is not a typical time. The events in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, … read more.
The most common thing people say to me these days when they first see me is, “You doing okay?” Sometimes it’s just an offhand remark, but more often it feels like an expression of genuine care and concern for my well-being. So, I thought I’d … read more.
My new friend, Leila, brought me a gift from Iran a few weeks ago – a beautiful table cover of Northern Iranian hand embroidery. With its varicolored wool thread intricately stitched into paisley and leaf designs, it must have taken dozens of painstaking, exacting … read more.