Tag Archives: Mark Reid

Beloved (Multigenerational) Community

In her December 2013 blog post, “The Power of Our Child Dedication Some Years Later,” Kim Paquette[1] says: “The beloved members of our [congregation] had been there for my children since before that child dedication ceremony, and had lived up … Continue reading

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Local Pastor Joins Veterans group, Yale Law Students to Halt Deportation

Rev. Josh Pawelek, minister of the Unitarian Universalist Society: East in Manchester, has joined forces with a Veterans group and Yale University Law students to halt the deportation of Mark Reid, a U.S. Army veteran convicted of a nonviolent drug offense.  According … Continue reading

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Free Mark Reid

I’ve recently become interested in Mark Reid’s story. Mark’s is not a household name, and won’t likely become one. But I find his story compelling, in part because he’s slated to receive a punishment that far outweighs the magnitude of … Continue reading

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