During this month when perseverance is the theme, the term “steadfast” comes up often. It appears on our fellowship’s banner and is often used in biblical scripture. What does it mean to be steadfast?
Rev. Amy DeBeck
Of all the things requiring perseverance, meaning to get through the struggle Over and Over Again, civil rights for people of color is certainly in our hearts most. Being perseverant takes our hearts, minds, feet, and hands. May we celebrate Black History month.
When we have made mistakes or outright bad choices, second chances are an example of grace. Every time we try again, we begin again in love.
Current feminist theology teaches us that impact counts much more than intention. Is there some way to change our very intentions so that the impact is not so harmful?
Our reverence for the weekend honoring the Rev. Dr. King takes us through all kinds of ways to stand up for what we believe in.
We close 2017 with a service that leaves behind what we wish to in 2017 and gives birth to our hopes and dreams for 2018.
Our annual Christmas Eve service features many of your favorite carols, including a candlelight rendition of “Holy Night.” Stay afterward for Christmas cookies and fellowship.
Our annual Christmas pageant features a series of original vignettes and musical performances featuring our talented Youth Group. This is the third year of this unique UUFE tradition.
In the middle of the 8 days of Hanukkah, Rev. Amy reminds us about the importance of supporting our Jewish friends and neighbors in this season of light. Potluck after.
Moltmann said that rather than waiting for some pie in the sky someday, we must hold hope for a better future now. Our second hour will be the LEGO celebration party with sharing of pictures.