Monthly Archives: August 2015

Invitations Are Already Waiting

When a small envelope arrives by mail and we’re invited to a party, shower, or wedding, the words ‘Please Come’ feel good. Even when we can’t make the event, it feels good to have been asked. Yet these personally addressed invitations, with all the particulars of time and place, are not that common. For practical … Continued

Don’t Miss It–Delmarva Cluster Fall Retreat

The first ever Delmarva Cluster of UU Congregations Retreat October 2-4th at Camp Tockwogh in Worton, MD Just think how much fun it could be if you and your UUFE friends spent a weekend away, at camp.   You can bond while engaging in sports activities, on a walk, stargazing, doing yoga, or singing in the … Continued

Courageous Conversations

Sermon by Sue Browning Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton   A few weeks ago I was driving a neighbor to the airport when he noticed the book I was reading: Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates. Coates is an African American journalist and his recent book is a memoir written in the … Continued

Welcome Back!

We’re excited to welcome everyone back on Saturday, August 29th! We are looking forward to the first Sunday of our children’s religious education school year on September 13th! Our elementary class, children in kindergarten thru fifth grade, will be taught every Sunday by either Leigh Marquess, Lauren Harton, Jamie Walter, and Rita and Don Barker. … Continued

The God Question

Sermon by Nancy Orr This July – our minister, Sue Browning – “ Question Box Service” –  invited our questions. I asked how UUism has changed, especially in past 40 years (my time as a UU).  She answered, -historically began as liberal Christianity  – Recently turning to deeper, broader spiritual answers (following the merger of … Continued

Peace Camp 2015

With hand-written sticky note reminders and tips saved from last year, we started planning this year’s 2nd annual Peace Camp at UUFE in mid-March. Despite the success of welcoming 18 campers for four evenings last year, we knew there were a few changes we were going to make right off the bat. This year we … Continued