leaving the CLF

In the middle of last year, when I was in turmoil about my spiritual home, I joined the Unitarian Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF). I was a Unitarian in Oklahoma City in the early 1980s, and it hit me, in the midst of the confusion, that I could be a member of CLF.The CLF was set up specifically for those who don't have a brick and mortar UU church nearby.

As I came to terms with the fact that I really wanted and needed to be in an Episcopal church, I started attending St. John the Divine, as you well know.

Last week I sent a letter resigning my membership in CLF. I want to commit my full attention to St. John's, even though I haven't actually joined yet.

It's mostly symbolic, certainly, but it's an important symbol for me.

And besides, I'm still keeping up with the CLF on Facebook.


One Comment on “leaving the CLF”

  1. Jane R says:

    I was raised in the CLF! My parents were Unitarian Universalists in Paris. They later founded the UU Fellowship in Paris but stayed CLF members.


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