Speaker: Rev. Amy DeBeck

The Building of a Minister

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.

3 Out of 10

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.)

Question Box Sermon

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.

New Hope Rising

Rev. Amy shares wisdom and insights from her 14 years of ministry. Spoiler alert: UUism is still relevant and saves lives.

African American History of Memorial Day

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.

Boredom Is Not an Option

Curiosity is really the mark of intelligence, not collected knowledge. The thrill is in the pursuit; finding it is satisfaction. What are you curious about? The Annual Congregational Meeting follows the service.

Mother’s Day Flower Ceremony

We celebrate the nurturing energy of women this day as we honor the tradition of Norbert Capek’s Flower Ceremony. Bring a flower with you and take home a different one.

The Missing Piece

As we explore themes of wholeness, how do we fix that spiritual pothole in our lives? What and who do each of need to feel that our lives are complete? Living life to the fullest is a great pursuit but also not something many of … read more.

Easter Sunday

All around us is rebirth, Spring, and new opportunities. What do you do when miracles abound? Do you see them? Celebrate them? Join us for service and Easter Potluck Brunch.

Preparing the Way

In the week before Easter, in our season of Spring and month of wholeness, how shall we prepare for new ways of being?