Author: Sue Browning

“Sometimes We Just Don’t Know”

Sermon

“Sometimes We Just Don’t Know” (Rev. Sue Browning, preached at UU Chester River, December 3, 2023)

Reading

“The Shadows of Unknowing”  by  Rev. Elizabeth Tarbox (from her book Evening Tide)

“Grey, the color of the lake before sunrise; grey, the underside of the gull that flies overhead … read more.

The Violence

Since the terrorist attacks by Hamas on Israel this past weekend, I’ve found myself glued to my news feeds. I’m reading articles, editorials, and opinions. I listened to the powerful speech by President Biden yesterday and have read many personal stories of Israelis and Palestinians … read more.

What is UU Water Communion?

Our service on Sunday, September 10 will include our annual Water Communion.?Water Communion is a UU ritual which marks the beginning of the congregational?year and symbolizes the?blending of our hopes and gifts.

For this ritual all are invited to bring water which has meaning to them … read more.

Covid-19 Gathering Guideline Update

This week the Re-Opening Task Force modified UUFE’s Covid-19 guidelines to eliminate contact tracing. We had been requiring everyone to sign-in when they attended services or events just in case we needed to notify them of a Covid-19 exposure. Effective February 16 we will no … read more.

A Turning Tide ? Gun Safety

This week is the 10-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook School shooting. The anniversary stories are sobering, particularly the interviews with children who survived who are now in high school.

When the Sandy Hook murders happened I was the intern minister at our UU congregation in … read more.

Again, Pain

Nov. 22, 2022

As I prepare for the holiday weekend, looking at possible recipes and tidying the house, the news is filled with continual updates from the tragedy in Colorado Springs. We are again witness to the horror of a mass shooting, this time at ?Club … read more.