Monthly Archives: July 2015

Freedom of Speech and Safe Spaces

Sermon by Sue Browning Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton   I recently travelled in New Hampshire and bought the local newspaper. Gearing up for this sermon on freedom of speech, my eyes caught the explicit requirements for a letter to the editor of the paper to be considered for publication. First, no more than … Continued

Sin, Salvation, and Right Relationship

A Sermon by Rev. Rob Keithan OPENING WORDS Some days we greet life feeling fresh and anew, ready to rush happily into the world with the enthusiasm of a new pair of sneakers that you just can’t wait to put on. Some days it’s all we can do to keep from breaking down, and maybe … Continued

Why so few of us? Is it marketing – or mental development?

[Gayle Scroggs, UUFE Inner Circles] “I trust that there is not a young man living in the United States who will not die a Unitarian.”   Thomas Jefferson, 1822 Jefferson was certainly proven wrong, and there’s no sign that his prophecy will come true in our lifetime.  Despite our usual conversations, what if the major deterrent … Continued

But That’s Not Fair

Sue Browning Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton   Reading:  Caged Bird, by Maya Angelou   The free bird and the caged bird in our reading. Being that caged bird is not fair. It’s wrong, core liberties squelched. An image of foundational unfairness at every level. Yet when I hear the phrase ‘But that’s not … Continued