Monthly Archives: May 2017

You’re Not Alone

This week I offered the message at Easton High School’s Baccalaureate Service. The class had selected ‘Persistence’ as the theme for the service. I talked about inner determination – the “I can do this” focus of energy. I also wanted the students to hear that persistence is more than learning to plow through challenges alone. … Continued

The Lorax + Peace Camp

On June 4th we will celebrate this year of children’s religious education at our annual RE Sunday service. This is a time for us to recognize the many volunteers that make RE possible as well as a space to showcase what our children have learned. This year, we’ve decided to tell the story of The … Continued

May 3 Update – UUFE Immigration Task Force

The ITF meeting time is now changing from Wednesday to Thursday evenings starting at 6:30 at UUFE. Our next meeting date will be May 25 and we plan to meet every other week. All are welcome to attend. The second Immigration Task Force meeting was held on Wednesday evening, May 6. During the meeting Don … Continued

UUFE seeks a part-time Music Director

UUFE is a 110-member congregation in Easton on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland. We seek a quarter-time Music Director starting in August 2017 to inspire, motivate, and minister to our choir and congregation in music. The Music Director will: 1) Direct and possibly accompany our choir of 10-12 individuals at a worship service one … Continued

First meeting of the UUFE Immigration Task Force

- by Jim Richardson The first meeting of the Immigration Task Force was held on April 19th at UUFE. We had a good turnout of about twelve people and began by going around the table and sharing  each person’s reasons for wanting to be part of a group focused on immigration problems in the United … Continued

From the safety of home to the leap of faith

UUFE’s Mary Dunlavey answers the Five Big Questions Where were you raised, and how? I was raised in a prison town, Attica, New York until age 10.  It was my mother’s home; my dad was a city guy from Buffalo.  It was a Leave-It-To-Beaver-type growing up.  I was the third of four children.  My mother … Continued