Integrity means to be whole and undivided—is that possible in our current times? Rev. Amy will delve into it with you. Come and bring a friend.
Speaker: Rev. Amy DeBeck
Be reminded of why it is important to speak up, why representation matters, and why allies are necessary on this World AIDS Day.
In this life we are all looking for a sense of belonging, friendship, security, safety…in many different ways. When is associating a good thing and what do we do if it goes terribly wrong? Let’s take deep dive into the question, Whose are we?
What compelled you to join a religious community? Or not? As we look at the ways that we approach organized religions through time, we will welcome people who have joined us recently.
UUFE was founded when its charter was signed in October of 1961. Join us as we look at past, present, and future.
Next week UUFE ordains Kevin DeBeck to the UU ministry. Today, with some history, polity, hope, and tradition we will contemplate why professional ministry is vital to our religion.
Today at Four Winds Field in South Bend, it is Faith Day. Rev. Amy uses baseball as an allegory for being considered good enough for the Hall of Fame when, in fact, one only needs to hit during 3 out of 10 at-bats. Stay for the tailgate party and movie (inside) or game ( in South Bend.)
Rev. Amy has put a box in the lobby for the whole month of July and on this morning she will answer questions from the box. Nothing is off limits but she may not have the answer—come and see.
Rev. Amy shares wisdom and insights from her 14 years of ministry. Spoiler alert: UUism is still relevant and saves lives.
Let us mark, once again, the sacrifice of our war dead. But this year, let us pay particular homage to its origins in African American communities. Come to learn, remember, and pay respects.