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Mahatma Gandhi: An American Portrait

In 2007, Community Church in New York City celebrated the centennial of John Haynes Holmes’ arrival in New York to serve The Church of the Messiah (the Community Church’s original name since 1839). That year-long series of special worship services, guest speakers, forums, and other events recognized Holmes’ special relationship with Mohandas Gandhi, which was one among many of his contributions as a minister, spiritual leader, and prophetic activist.


Notable in UU History
Amory Dwight Mayo

Notable American Unitarians: Education — Amory Dwight Mayo

Amory Dwight Mayo, 1823-1907 After studying theology with Hosea Ballou and serving both Universalist and Unitarian ... Read More
Balch

Balch, Emily Greene (1867-1961)

Biographical Introduction Emily Greene Balch, a member of the first generation of American women to attend ... Read More
Emerson's Divinity School Address

Emerson’s Divinity School Address

The Living Legacy of Ralph Waldo Emerson “It was the noblest, most inspiring strain I ever ... Read More
Robert Heilbroner

Robert Heilbroner

Robert Heilbroner, Norman Thomas Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at the New School for Social research, was ... Read More