Taking blogging requests

I’m taking the train to Boston tomorrow in anticipation of the installation of close friend and colleague Victoria Weinstein (whom you may also know from her blog persona) as the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn, Swampscott, Massachusetts.

I like trains because I can rest, read, listen to music and write with less-than-usual distraction. I’ll be planning my blogging, and writing some evergreen posts. I’ll test out my phone, and the limits of mobile devices in anticipation of General Assembly.

And I’ll take requests. Are there subjects you’d like me to explore here? I’m here for you.

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.


  1. Why not assemble a list of UU ministers who are not exactly retired, still in good standing, sort of post-UU in sympathy, so as to put them in contact with each other and make them available for inquiry. All those seminary folks who ended up not quite in and not quite out. Or if we get really brave, those who are mad as hell — or were — or just too risky. If we went seeking ideas instead of money, might we not be enriched?

    Mary Scriver

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