The news is pretty grim this morning, and this is sadder because its closer to home.
Margaret Ennis was not only interested in the way people of every stripe worshiped their creator. She had a burning desire to understand and feel these differences for herself, hence her long involvement with the Interfaith Alliance of Mississippi.
"Minister was known for her interfaith work"
The Sun Herald 17 March 2005
She was a Methodist minister, but I knew her after she "came over" though I'm not sure if she had fellowship in the UUA. I first met her in Georgia before she moved to Mississippi, where she served as the consulting minister for the Gulf Coast Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
Some members of the Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship may have met Margaret -- I know she was at least one Revival conference -- and she was always a pleasant and thoughtful colleague.
She died, at home, at 72.
Let her works go before her.