This year’s theme of Black History Month takes us through what we can do as a people of faith with and for people of color who are moving to new destinations and new social locations. Join us and stay for potluck.
Speaker: Rev. Amy DeBeck
This month’s theme is Trust. Today we uplift the faith we have in love that holds us and does not let go.
More people go to sleep every night feeling unsafe than what we might think. In our own neighborhoods and across the world, we need to keep finding hope. May we look at this together, friends.
All over the world and right in our back yards people live in situations where they are at risk of exploitation, violence, and abuse every day. As people of faith, what can we do about this? Come together, friends.
On this weekend when we honor Dr. King’s legacy, may we focus on what we teach, what we want to teach, and what we wish for our young people, within our values as a religious community.
The 12 days of Christmas are over, the New Year is upon us. What will you bury in the coffin and give birth to in the cradle? Join us for this annual tradition.
In 2001 in New Jersey some humanists wondered how to find their place in this season of light and so many religious traditions. Celebrate together the love of science and reason.
Some of the world’s greatest movements have happened because of somebody going against the orthodoxy. Come this Sunday knowing that you may have to agree to disagree.
As we lift up some winter celebrations of light we will decorate our Sanctuary and Gathering Place together.
During what has become a UUFE tradition we bring the breads of our families and share the memories of our roots. Then after the service we add to all of these breads for a sumptuous Thanksgiving Potluck.