UU liFE keeping up with UUFE’s Mark Walter. UU liFE: Mark, thanks for saying yes to the Five Big Questions interview. Where are you right now? Mark: Right now we’re driving to the airport to catch a flight to
One of the things I love about UU, is the music we sing. I love our hymns because they are melodic and generally easy to sing as well as the lyrics. Lyrics about our responsibility to each other, to our
by Jim Richardson If you are like me and looking for something that can make a difference, the UUFE Social Justice Committee is offering you a great opportunity this coming Sunday, (Jan. 29) with a brand-new project called Write Now!
With a nod to Isak Dinesen, UUFE’s Judy Hedges might begin her book, “I had a house on the coast of Maine.” Follow Judy as she migrates to Maine, rescues strays, transforms her lacrosse stick into a magic broom, and
Karen Walpole’s journey to UUFE began when she talked with a UU then moved to Easton. Or maybe it was decades earlier, when the TV broke. Read Karen’s answers to the Five Big Questions. Then you decide. UU liFE:
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