Monthly Archives: January 2017

Raised Catholic. (Strict Catholic.)

UUFE’s Theresa Connelly brews up coffee hour each Sunday.  And her answers to the Five Big Questions right now, here.  Straight up, no decaf.


UU liFE:  Where were you raised, and how?

Theresa:  I was #7 of 8 children raised in Annapolis. We were raised Catholic (strict Catholic).

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Music Notes

One of the things I love about UU, is the music we sing. I love our hymns because they are melodic and generally easy to sing as well as the lyrics. Lyrics about our responsibility to each other, to our neighbors, to our communities, … read more.

Write Now!

by Jim Richardson

If you are like me and looking for something that can make a difference, the UUFE Social Justice Committee is offering you a great opportunity this coming Sunday, (Jan. 29) with a brand-new project called Write Now!  

Very simply, it a year-long … read more.

A magic broom and a house on the coast of Maine

With a nod to Isak Dinesen, UUFE’s Judy Hedges might begin her book, “I had a house on the coast of Maine.”

Follow Judy as she migrates to Maine, rescues strays, transforms her lacrosse stick into a magic broom, and wanders and ponders the Five Big … read more.

Guideposts in Times of Transition

Sermon by Sue Browning
Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton



Our reading this morning comes from late in Martin Luther King’s journey. It is from a sermon preached in 1967, well after the bus boycotts and the Voting Act was passed. An excerpt from “A Christmas … read more.

The Magic of Many Hands

As adults, we have learned that things don’t just happen magically; there are often lots of hands behind the scenes. Likewise, Sundays at UUFE don’t come together without the people that volunteer to make it happen.

Take a snowy Sunday in January as an example. Despite … read more.

UU liFE when the TV broke

Karen Walpole’s journey to UUFE began when she talked with a UU then moved to Easton.

Or maybe it was decades earlier, when the TV broke.

Read Karen’s answers to the Five Big Questions.  Then you decide.


UU liFE:  Where were you raised, and how?

Karen:  I was brought … read more.

Start Where You Are

Sermon by Sue Browning
Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton



Sojourner Truth was born a slave in 1797 in New York south of Albany. Our reading picks up a description of her life’s journey in 1844, when she would have been in her late 40s. From … read more.