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Jane Rzepka's stories are about life as a Unitarian Universalist, and what the world looks like from a deeply Unitarian Universalist perspective. Her whimsical and poignant reflections span amusement parks, Tibetans, Jesus, time capsules, history, zip lines, gods, dinette sets, Passover and silence. From Zip Lines to Hosaphones reminds us, delightfully, of the depth and breadth of Unitarian Universalism.
Praise for From Zip Lines to Hosaphones
"Jane Rzepka is a delightful person, kind and pragmatic, passionate and intelligent. We'll be reaching for this book over and over as we prepare sermons, open board meetings, introduce friends to this faith, or deepen our own."-Meg Barnhouse, author, Did I Say That Out Loud? Musings from a Questioning Soul
"Intelligent, witty and insightful, this new collection makes you wish you could see the world with Jane's eyes all the time, and happy to share her view for a while."-Sarah Lammert, Director of Ministries and Faith Development, Unitarian Universalist Association
"Whenever Jane speaks, I listen. Whenever she writes, I read. You should too-and this book is your chance."-William F. Schulz, president, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
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