leaving the CLFPosted: January 31, 2011
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.