Monthly Archives: November 2015

Honoring Oliver Sacks

Sermon by Janet Pfeffer

I feel a little territorial about Oliver Sacks.  I’ve been following him for decades, in awe and infatuation.   I’ve schemed for years to meet him in NYC, where he was a neurologist and professor.   I’ve read most of his 14 books … read more.

Their Thanks, reaching back to us Giving

Some gifts just keep on giving – again and again.  A planned gift to the UUFE Endowment Fund can transform the future of our congregation and ensure that it will continue to be a home for liberal religious seekers of all ages and a force … read more.

The Spirit of Gratitude

Even just knowing the holidays are close brings a sense of anticipation, and not always the good kind! Sometimes we sense we are not quite relaxed, and without consciously choosing to do so, our bodies have braced for the unexpected. We are ‘on the ready’ … read more.

Valentine’s Sing-A-Long – Feb 20th @ 7pm

Bring your spouse and join the choir members at the Valentine’s Sing-A-Long scheduled Saturday night, February 20th at 7pm.  All attendees are requested to bring along a sumptuous desert to share with all.  What a wonderful way to shake off the winter doldrums!  Contact Maureen … read more.

Make a Difference This Thanksgiving

UU members like Eric Stocker have volunteered to help the less fortunate in our community.

Help the Interfaith Coalition Against Hunger feed 150 shut-ins, seniors, and others in need.

The faith groups that comprise the Interfaith Coalition Against Hunger have now begun soliciting food donations for … read more.

Ancestry, Heritage and Culture

Sermon by Sue Browning
Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton

 

The Hebrew Bible includes long genealogy sections. In the book of Genesis we learn that from Adam descended Seth, and from Seth descended Enosh, and from Enosh descended Kenan, and the list go on. Parts of … read more.

Autumn Update for RE Families

Hello, RE families!

Happy Weekend to everyone. Just a few things to catch you up on the goings and comings of life in the UUFE RE corner of the world:

1.  Developing a reverence for life is the theme in the elementary classroom for the next two … read more.