As we grow and have new experiences, they inform and enlighten our views of spirituality. What experiences have lent themselves to your spiritual growth?
Rev. Amy DeBeck
The history of Earth Day has a link to Unitarian Universalism, just as its message to save our Mother earth runs through every living thing.
We will celebrate the separation of church and state even as we navigate on how to exist as a faith community in a secular world. After service: Potluck and discussion about our parking lots.
Rev. Amy had a sabbatical a couple of years back and has lessons to share, finally and again.
In advance of our youth going to Boston, where our headquarters is, we explore how Unitarianism and this new nation came up together, with all of their inherent good and bad traits.
Did you ever wonder how UUFE stays open? How we do outreach? How we support our mission? This morning we speak of our financial dedication to our beloved community.
Family, work, church, friends, staying healthy; life is a balancing act but there is no need to tiptoe precariously, always in danger of a big fall. May we come together for a moment to breathe, bask, and reflect.
When kids tell adults how things will change, then things will change. Jesus said a child will lead us. Join us in praise of students who want to change their world and ours for the better.
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?
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.