Because you’ve seen them before on UUFE’s Ann Davis – our most prolific blogger. Ann blogs to keep us connected with other UUFE congregations, Chalice Lighters, UUA General Assembly, and UUA Central East Region activities. And now Ann answers the
[ Notes from Ann Davis, UUFE Congregational Connections ] Here is a list of courses and workshops for UU leaders and members offered by the Central East Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association. Many are in our area. Stop the
This past Sunday the sanctuary felt full. In part, it was that many were there, many wearing red in the spirit of the season. It felt full as Eamon Peach (6th grader!) accompanied Spirit of Life, and the choir sang.
Sermon by Sue Browning Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton Does anyone here recall taking interest and aptitude tests in junior high or high school? The tests often required completing surveys as they teased out – What might you
UUFE’s Jack Harrald answers the Five Big Questions and talks about Scandinavian pride, a Norwegian tramp steamer, tall ships and camels, baseball tours with his grandson, and how the Next Big Thing got handed to him. UU liFE: Where
UUFE’s Katie Southworth sends you a postcard from Fiji. And she doesn’t stop there. Katie answers the Five Big Questions and talks about teaching World Geography (by first going there), parenting as a team, and her Next Big Thing: Raising
Sue Browning Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton As we enter the Holiday Season, we often forget, and at times even deny, that the gatherings around Christmas and Hanukkah are at some level religious holidays. At least in part.
Recently you may have noticed I’m wearing a safety pin on my coat. It’s pinned below my gold ‘Standing on the Side of Love’ button. This safety pin is a visible sign to those who are the most vulnerable in
UUFE’s Ron Sweet answers UU liFE’s Five Big Questions and tells about trading DC for Easton (easy), choosing between Seattle and Alburquerque (too hard), flying the Great Hawaiian Air Race, building his own aircraft, and finding his way back to UUFE. Where
By Sue Browning Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton When I was at the tail end of seminary, I travelled to Israel and Palestine with 21 other seminary students and a professor. At Wesley Theological Seminary all students