Unitarian Universalists may resonate with ancient scripture as poetry even if we do not regard it as fact.  The Easter story is poetry of fear and loss, human grief and hope and persistence.  In the northern hemisphere seasonal changes mix with ancient rituals that touch this history, our memory and our very bodies.  Each touch is a gift.  
Reverend Pescan is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister and a member of our Fellowship along with her partner, Reverend Ann Tyndall.