UUFE Annual Yard Sale

We Need Your Clothing Donations

Clothing, jewelry, household goods, tools, sporting equipment, etc. will be happily received. Please set your yard sale items aside until the week of May 18th.

Contact Judy Harrald & Ann Davis

It’s All the Main Road

Do you find sadness is an interruption in your life? In her book ‘Bittersweet’ author Susan Cain instead sees sadness as an integral part of life which opens paths to connection and creativity. At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll reflect on the importance of honoring … read more.

Beatrix Potter: A Kindred Spirit

Helen Beatrix Potter was born in 1866 into a wealthy Victorian family of Unitarians.  She lived a life that was both charmed and vibrant as well as tinged with the joys, sorrows, and struggles common to most people.  She wore many hats during her lifetime, … read more.

De Tocqueville on Democracy in America

De Tocqueville’s book Democracy in America is still regarded as an incisive view of our democracy and why it was succeeding then as the first real democracy among western nations. What was his analysis and why did he think it was important to write about … read more.

Leaning Into Common Sense

In the swirl of information overload, where do you turn to figure out a next step? Do we at times forget the most basic of guidance, ‘Just do what makes common sense?” At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll kick off 2023 by exploring … read more.

The Excitement of Change

How do we stay grounded within the chaos of change? How can we focus on the excitement, rather than the anxiety, that change can bring? Service leader Emily Cranwell will share a sermon from Rev. Douglas Taylor, titled Excitement of Change.

“Spirit of Life” #123

Board Announcements  –  Linda Wilcox

Birthday … read more.

Well Yes, I Changed 

Many have strong personal convictions about right, wrong, and what needs to change in the world. Such clarity can be useful as we advocate for what we believe in. Elections are filled with this rhetoric of certainty. How do we also stay curious? As we digest  this … read more.

Is the Grass Always Greener?

The Ten Commandments include the warning, “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house…” Stories often center jealousy. We scroll social media postings and find ourselves asking, ‘Am I doing as well as…? Am I doing better than…?’ At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll … read more.

Courage and the Art of Apology

The words, “I’m sorry” can roll out so easily. But a true, sincere apology requires more than the words, it requires bravery and, sometimes, action. In this season of apology and atonement in the Jewish year (between Rosh Hoshana and this week’s Yom Kippur), … read more.