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Teaching the Flag: A Judeo-Pagan, Radical Faerie Prayer for Pride.

By | on 03, Jun 2021 |   Theology spiritual practice Alums Activism Judaism Voice lgbtq Liturgy Queer Pride Pagan

The following prayer/liturgical reading is by local artist, educator, United staff member, and 2020 alum Max Brumberg-Kraus. It is inspired by Gilbert Baker's original rainbow flag design for Pride. A[...]

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In Honor of Juneteenth, 2020

By | on 19, Jun 2020 |   Activism Voice Black Liberation Theology Race antiracism

This statement, in Honor of Juneteenth, 2020, is presented by CARJ (The Committee Advocated for Racial Justice at United)

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United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities Statement on the Death of George Floyd

By | on 27, May 2020 |   news social justice Activism Voice police violence

United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities is outraged and grieved at the death of yet another unarmed Black person while being detained by the police. We join countless voices in the Twin Cities [...]

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Meet Terri Burnor, Director of Alumni and Church Relations!

By | on 30, Aug 2018 |   Alums Activism Voice Culture Community Staff

A few weeks ago, I met with Terri Burnor, our new Director of Alumni and Church Relations. We were sitting in The Context Cafe, where, over the years, students have discussed homework and community, t[...]

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A Statement on Trump’s Executive Order from the Faculty of United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities

By | on 20, Jun 2018 |   injustice Activism president Civil Rights

“Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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Consultations from India to Minneapolis: a United Student's Reflections.

By | on 04, May 2018 |   justice social transformation Activism interreligious chaplaincy Voice

In winter 2018, I took a trip to India with a group of students from the seminary, visiting sacred sites of 7 religions – Baha’i, Buddhist, Muslim, Jain, Sikh, Christian and Hindu. The trip was called[...]

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