Each of us remembers the first time we had big questions. Who helped you find answers? Where did you feel most lovingly held? Memory and spirit lead this morning.
Rev. Amy DeBeck
The Rev. Amy DeBeck takes us on a trip through some of the battlegrounds of freedom on this Sunday before the Fourth of July. This service will also be the debut of our new pianist.
Geneele Crump and Rev. Amy present the annual service where individuals and groups get thanks and receive (very inexpensive, token, “punny”) gifts for their work. Who gets socks this year? As always, we open up the service in the middle for you, the congregation, to thank those we did not.
Join Rev. Amy and Zanzer Anderson for a morning of learning the use of this phrase, Dismantling White Supremacy. Over 600 UU congregations have signed on to discuss this on April 30 or May 7—today is our day. Plan to stay for a good discussion after, too, with childcare.
Rev. Amy shares stories of transformation on this Easter Sunday. Wear your bonnets, and the kids get to look for Easter Eggs during potluck. Service Audio: 04-16-17 Change Comes From Within
Rev. Amy and seminarian Kevin DeBeck share all of the ways in which baseball and baseball metaphors inform life. We strongly urge you to wear your hats and team shirts—maybe there will be a pick-up game out back after the service! Click the following link for The service Audio: 04-09-17 Who’s on First
Rev. Amy answers your burning questions as collected throughout August. Will she have time for you to stump her with one more?
This June we mark dads and grads and LGBT Pride AND they all have a common strain—being superheroes. Wear YOUR superhero garb today, then stay and chat after the service while having a “POP”sicle. *No potluck today
Amid the flowers from our gardens celebrating our annual flower communion, we will also share a bridging ritual to signify status changes among some special UUFE-ers. Michelle Richards will bridge from being a professional FOR us to being a professional AMONG us as her DRE term ends. And high school graduates bridge from youth to … Continued