Like it or not, social media is a fact of life. For many parents and other young people we would attract to UUFE, most of life is on the Internet. And for them, Facebook is the Internet. The rest is email. (And our website serves … read more.
Author Archives: Don Barker
Sermon Text by Dwayne Eutsey
A couple weeks ago, I was invited by an English teacher at Easton High School to talk to his students about Mark Twain. I was there for most of the day, talking to the four classes he has: two consisted of … read more.
Dr. Audrey Barker described Mere Saathi’s mission in India to empower and improve the lives of impoverished village women through veterinary medicine for the dairy animals in their care. UUFE’s Don Barker told stories about Death, Uncertainty, and Liberation – from his India journal and books … read more.
How do you respond when someone asks you this: “So you are a UU. What do you believe?” Is your UU elevator speech fuzzy? Limited to what you have rejected? Can you clearly articulate your beliefs?
Several UUFE members and friends explored and defined their personal … read more.
Notes from UUFE Choir Director, Ellen Grunden
Soloist Terron Quailes
Our soloist today is Terron Quailes. Mr. Quailes is a native of Easton and holds a Bachelor of Arts from Salisbury University in Music, with an emphasis on Vocal Performance. He is known to local … read more.
Sunday, November 11th’s collection was in support of delivering a mini mindfulness curriculum as part of the after school program known as BAAM (Building African American Minds).
First, a little about BAAM: BAAM was started by a local African American couple who wanted to provide a college … read more.
The Art and Beauty and Soul of the Garden. And of Ourselves.
I was at UUFE Autumn Weeding Day. I was kneeling in front of a garden bed full of wiregrass. A Zen moment before I attacked it with Ann Davis’s Japanese samurai mattock.
One Heavenly … read more.
~ Denise Stahre
I’ve been doing cross stitch since I was nine years old. I learned at Girl Scout camp, and fell in love immediately with everything about it: the counting of the stitches, the slide of the needle through the canvas, how the floss feels … read more.
Sermon by Rev. Sue Browning
Let’s get right down to today’s question. Can you be two places at once?
Let’s say, for discussion, it is 10:40 a.m. EDT on Sunday, October 22. If you are here at this UU congregation’s service, can you also be in New York City at brunch? Or a few years ago my Dad had two grandsons … read more.
~ Shalagh Hogan
Often, as I’m engaged in one of my creative projects for the UUFE community like decorating the Christmas tree or the Sanctuary for a fundraiser, people exclaim,”Oh Shalagh, you are so creative.” If you were someone who said this, thank you. But besides … read more.