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Marking the Passage into the Crone Years
a curriculum in thirteen circles by Melody Lee with Karen Edwards & Dorothy Emerson

  • Marks with ritual and celebration the rite of passage into menopause and beyond
  • Explores the transition into the crone years through art, story, poetry, drama, music and dance
  • Encourages women to share their stories and claim their inner wisdom
  • Empowers women to share their wisdom with the world and live their ideals
  • Includes a CD with handouts and resources that are also available as digital download

Read Melody's seasonal Blog at www.cronecurriculum.net

You might also be interested in CRONE STONES by Carol Campbell or
Guide to Crone Rituals by Meg Bowman

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Marking the Passage into the Crone Years
a curriculum in thirteen circles by Melody Lee with Karen Edwards & Dorothy Emerson

  • Marks with ritual and celebration the rite of passage into menopause and beyond
  • Explores the transition into the crone years through art, story, poetry, drama, music and dance
  • Encourages women to share their stories and claim their inner wisdom
  • Empowers women to share their wisdom with the world and live their ideals
  • Includes a CD with handouts and resources that are also available as digital download

Read Melody's seasonal Blog at www.cronecurriculum.net

Downloading this file gives you permission to print 1 copy of the curriculum. You may print as many of the Resource files as you wish for participants.

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New Directions in UU Ministry

By Dorothy May Emerson (Author), Anita Farber-Robertson (Author), Mary McKinnon Ganz (Contributor) Rebecca Ann Parker (Contributor), Kathleen R. Parker (Contributor)

This book offers thought-provoking perspectives on putting liberal religious values into action to address real problems in local communities and in the world. The story of these innovative ministries is intended to inspire change in thinking and practice.

Fact, Working Hypothesis, or Feminist Myth?
This is a compilation of panel presentations given at General Assembly 1992, edited by Dorothy Emerson. The panel and the publication were sponsored by the Feminism Section of Collegium, Association for Liberal Religious Studies, as part of its "Edge of the Wave" series, coordinated by Betty Hoskins. The 40 page booklet, in part a discussion of issues raised by Cakes for the Queen of Heaven, includes contributions by Carol Graywing, Shirley Ranck, Carol Hepokoski, Holly Horn, Christa Heiden Landon, Elizabeth Fisher, and Betty Hoskins.

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... the unfinished agenda of the 1960s

Sea Change is an intimate exploration of a young life lived on the edge of radical hope, change, and possibility in the 1960s in California.

It rekindles the spirit of the Summer of Love when anything was possible and idealism was the air we breathed. The health of our society continues to demand engagement with issues of social justice, cultural diversity, and environmental responsibility. This memoir is a call to action to succeeding generations to keep the dream alive. There is still much to be done. Written by beloved UU minister Rev. Dorothy May Emerson and published by Matrika Press.

Look inside the book

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Unitarian Universalist Women and Social Reform 1776-1936 Edited by Dorothy May Emerson
We still confront many of the same issues faced by our foremothers. By engaging with these women of the past, we hope to empower and inspire today's women and men to continue the work of creating a world of justice and peace for all. -- from the preface. Standing Before Us presents 160 years of women's work. Look inside the book

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