Author Archives: Katrina Wilson

May Volunteers of the Month

At the April meeting the UUFE Board of Trustees proudly selected Kevin DeBeck, Zanzer Anderson, and Oxana Werbiansky as Volunteers of the Month for May. They accompanied nine members of our youth group (The Pandas) to Boston for spring break. This trip has been many months in the planning stages and the youth, as well as the leaders, have … Continued

May Ministry Theme “Creativity”

In a kindergarten class the students are allowed to draw whatever they want. As the teacher walks between the desks, she stops at Susie’s and asks what she is drawing with such concentration. “God.” says Susie. The teacher responds, “Oh, nobody knows what God looks like!”  To which Susie responds, “They will when I finish … Continued


This newsletter piece is difficult, because I have not been experiencing balance lately. Maybe you feel that way too. I am looking forward to March’s theme of “balance” to get mine back. Grief, overwork, lack of sunshine, negative 24 hour news cycle, violence in communities dear to my heart, and more, have tilted my axis. … Continued

February Ministry Theme: Perseverance

Perseverance is like endurance, but more. It is facing challenges and hardships that are long and drawn out, enduring over a long period of time. Perseverance is spoken of often in the bible because God’s time is different than ours. 40 years is a blink of an eye, but 7 days might be millions of … Continued

Download your copy of the January newsletter

If you’d like to download a copy of our monthly newsletter, the Fellowship Focus, click on the link below for the January 2018 edition. January 2018 Focus

Honorable Intentions

Intention is what you plan and want to do. But you know about best laid plans… As for what we want, you can’t always get what you want. So often our intentions are not a strong enough commitment to reach the desired goal. This is why the road to Hell is paved with good intentions … Continued

Courage Friends

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the assessment that something else is more important than fear.” US President, Franklin D. Roosevelt, spoke these words and they speak to me of prioritizing. Yes, there may be fear about an action, or new idea, or some conflict, but there are priorities present for working … Continued