Monthly Archives: June 2015
There are still a few openings for membership in the Soul Matters and Humanism Inner Circles. For information about the Soul Matters Inner Circle contact Gayle Scroggs. For information about the Humanism Inner Circle contact Nancy Sawyer. Or email email@example.com
If you are not yet part … read more.
Emerson Café is taking a break during the months of July and August. It will recommence on the first Wednesday in September.
The UUFE Choir is now on their summer hiatus following their well received Music Sunday on June 14th. After the service choir members celebrated the end of the year at a picnic at the Doughty’s, overlooking the Choptank River, with spouses and Rev. Sue. It was a delightful time with food, sun, … read more.
The RE wing is in summer programming mode for Sundays in July and August. The five and under kids who hang out in the playroom will find no change to routine, as there will—as always—be two volunteers on hand each Sunday to sing, dance, and play with … read more.
I write today feeling pulled between my joy that gentle summer days are here and the horrific images from South Carolina, where nine women and men were massacred while at their church. We hear of deep pain. We hear that hateful, racist assertions were made … read more.
This month we go live with the new UUFE web site. The new site is largely an experiment. It brings many changes to how we write and publish for UUFE. It’s mostly do-it-ourselves. We’re all in this together.
The new site enables UUFE leaders to use the … read more.
Sunday Sermon by Debbie Simpers
The summer solstice is celebrated by nature and earth religions that now call themselves Neo-pagan. The Festival of the Shore is the central holiday of many neo-pagan groups. To get the full feeling of celebration and tradition that comes from the … read more.
‘Religious Education (RE) Sunday is for everyone, not just RE families.
It matters that we are all there to embrace our children and youth, offer gratitude to the teachers, and to grow our understanding across generations. It will be a chance to hear from Liz Hausburg, … read more.