Monthly Archives: February 2017

Born With Teeth

UUFE’s Maureen Curtin answers the Five Big Questions and tells how she made up bad stuff to feel truly Catholic, and about singing with the Swing Orchestra and comedians, and riding with the UUFE Rangers.  And yes, she was born with teeth.   UU liFE:  Where were you raised, and how? Maureen:  I was raised … Continued

Not “remarkable”. But I’ve traveled a lot!

UUFE’s Jamie Walter answers the Five Big Questions and tells about her life in the Maryland Judiciary, travels from Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima.  And the girls.     UU liFE:  Where were you raised, and how? Jamie:  I was raised in Towson, MD. I was baptized Catholic, went to Catholic and Lutheran nursery schools and Sunday … Continued

Coming Soon to an RE Program Near You!

Want to spend your Friday night engaging with other mindful parents? The RE committee will be hosting a three-part Parent Forum in March. Each night will include pizza, fellowship, and conversation about a topic that is sure to inspire thoughtful conversation and questions. Pop in whichever Friday nights you can. Rev Sue will facilitate. 6-7:30 … Continued

UUFE Gardeners see Spring!

[Gardeners update by Kara Crissey] UUFE Gardeners! Spring beckons, even from so far away.  So we’re making plans: UUFE Spring Garden Cleanup & Potluck Saturday, March 25 9AM-3PM Rain Date Spring Cleanup April 8 Please contact Kara Crissey @ goodearthgardeners@gmail.com or 814.262.5702 if you will be able to attend the Spring Cleanup. Please bring a beverage or dish of … Continued

Five Big Questions on the run

UU liFE  keeping up with UUFE’s Mark Walter.   UU liFE:  Mark, thanks for saying yes to the Five Big Questions interview.  Where are you right now? Mark:  Right now we’re driving to the airport to catch a flight to Chicago.  Nephew’s wedding on Saturday. Now where are you? Sitting at the gate waiting to … Continued

Humor: Engaging with Mirrors

Sue Browning Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton   When I was young my family moved often. Entering a new school, I’d need to find my place and I wanted to be around kids who made me laugh. To have a chance, and for me it was never about entry into the cool group, (as … Continued