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Bob Werme
  • Woodbury, CT
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The Historical Jesus was Aboriginal
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Started this discussion. Last reply by George Polley Oct 24, 2009.


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How did you come to discover Creation Spirituality?
Read Original Blessing in 1996, attended week-long conference with Matt Fox that summer, visited Jubilee! Community in January 1997. Been to many of Matt's lectures and own most of his books. Now leading worship and music for a Unity congregation in Torrington, Connecticut. Also Music Director for Mattatuck Unitarian Universalist Society in Woodbury.
How would you briefly describe your spirituality? (Be creative! Don't worry if it only seems to make sense to you - we love the diverse and the hard-to-explain!)
I'm was ordained to ministry in the UCC in 1985, and served a couple congregations. Have done hospice chaplaincy since then, but I express my call now through music and woodworking.
What is your first language?

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Exilic Community

Posted on May 21, 2009 at 7:23am 8 Comments

I'd like to begin a conversation about the contemporary experience of "exile". I usually only hear that word used when referring to the biblical stories of the Hebrew people's displacement from the "holy land", or to a national leader who has been forced to live outside his/her native territory. Having just finished Matt Fox's book on male spirituality, in which he reflects on 10 "archetypes" related to the "hidden spirituality of men", I'm led to reflect on everything archetypally. That… Continue


Posted on May 18, 2009 at 12:56pm 3 Comments

It's just a daydream. I see a hundred people standing over their drums, gathered in a circle on a mountain meadow, miles from cities and roads. The drums are big, tympanic instruments, with voices deep and loud. They begin to bounce their mallets on these drums, and within a short time, they have entrained on a single rhythmic pulse. The sound vibrates the air, the trees, the clouds. The vibrations expand to the highways and the cities. People walking on the sidewalks become aware of a feeling,… Continue

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At 8:22am on March 25, 2010, the rev Carl Freeman Reynolds said…
We will be gathering April 17 at 11AM at St Michael's on the Heights, 340 Burncoat St., Worcester, MA to get to know each other and start something wondrous! This will be pot-luck, so bring your favorite food, and as the story of the loaves and fishes goes, there will be plenty for everyone...hope to see you well do good works and keep in touch....Carl
At 5:08am on June 3, 2009, Matt Henry said…
Awesome Picture, Bob!
At 2:37am on May 7, 2009, Netti Garner, D. Min, MSN, RN said…
Hi Bob,
Are you planning on attending the Asheville gathering this summer? Bringing your drums? I'm helping to plan our sacred celebrations and there's room for some drumming if you're interested. Your thoughts?
At 10:14am on April 14, 2009, Susan Coppage Evans said…
Welcome to this global community Bob. There seems to be a good amount of CS in Unity churches - I look forward to hearing about your leadership there. And if you plan to come to the event in July - let us know if you want to particpate in music leadership!
At 8:23am on April 14, 2009, Matt Henry said…
Welcome, Bob. Sounds like your community in Torrington is lucky to have you! (Though I'm in Australia, I've been to Torrington for a week a few years back...)

Welcome to here, Bob, hope it's a good place of expression and exploration.


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