During what has become a UUFE tradition we bring the breads of our families and share the memories of our roots. Then after the service we add to all of these breads for a sumptuous Thanksgiving Potluck.
Rev. Amy DeBeck
On the 100th year anniversary of the original Armistice Day may we see how our culture has taken this day of peace and turned it into Veterans Day, celebrating military forces who have, or still are, engaged in war.
What does it men to create or hold safe space for groups? Why is this even necessary? As many of us seek to move from being allies to accomplices these are some shifts we need to know about and make.
We will discuss all of the ways we can provide Sanctuary during the service. After, during potluck, Rev. Amy will be at a special table to chat with newer people who might have questions or observations about UUFE at a Tea with the Minister.
Rev. Amy invites you to bring your well-behaved, leashed pet, or a picture, or a stuffed animal. We will honor our best friends.
How do you see your future? What about the future of UUFE? The USA? The whole planet? Looking ahead with great intention is a spiritual practice; accepting change, however, challenges us on every front. Come and be with friends as we face hard topics together.
We bring water to this ritual that is important to us. This year, along with telling of our travels, we will focus on the sources of the water and its need for environmental protection.
Bring some drops of water that are meaningful to you as we … read more.
Elkhart is hosting a Comic-Con (vention) this weekend! Why are superheroes so important to us? And what about the diverse spiritualities of this genre?
The ways in which people pay their way in this country is constantly changing. On this Labor Day we lift up the histories and ethics of work from Labor Day and company picnics to sharecropping and migrant pickers.
Taken from a children’s song, we explore the lessons we learned as children and in Sunday School. How do they hold up? What do we need to unlearn?