Author Archives: UU liFE

What Happened to Me on Election Night

Sunday sermon by Don Barker
11 June 2017

 

I want to tell you a story.

I starts at the Five and Dime Ale House in Baltimore:

And it ends at Jimmy’s Grille in Bridgeville, Delaware:

In between were three days in Hell.

The title of my story is, … read more.

You’re Not Alone

This week I offered the message at Easton High School’s Baccalaureate Service. The class had selected ‘Persistence’ as the theme for the service.

I talked about inner determination – the “I can do this” focus of energy. I also wanted the students to hear that persistence … read more.

May 3 Update – UUFE Immigration Task Force

The ITF meeting time is now changing from Wednesday to Thursday evenings starting at 6:30 at UUFE. Our next meeting date will be May 25 and we plan to meet every other week. All are welcome to attend.

The second Immigration Task Force meeting was … read more.

UUFE seeks a part-time Music Director

UUFE is a 110-member congregation in Easton on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland. We seek a quarter-time Music Director starting in August 2017 to inspire, motivate, and minister to our choir and congregation in music.

The Music Director will:

1) Direct and possibly accompany our choir … read more.

From the safety of home to the leap of faith

UUFE’s Mary Dunlavey answers the Five Big Questions

Where were you raised, and how?

I was raised in a prison town, Attica, New York until age 10.  It was my mother’s home; my dad was a city guy from Buffalo.  It was a Leave-It-To-Beaver-type growing up.  I … read more.

On art, our kids’ lives, and our dwellings.

“Rembetiko Music” – Greek Blues, 1996

UUFE’s David Stevens meditates on the Five Big Questions and his art in wood and glass, kids and grandkids, and the secrets of home selling.

 

UU liFE:  Where were you raised, and how?

David:  I grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan. My … read more.

The Seesaws of Life

Recently I found this poem by Sarah Kays – The Paradox:

When I am inside writing,
all I can think about is how I should be outside living.
When I am outside living,
all I can do is notice all there is to write about.
When … read more.

Intentional Yearning

Sermon by Sue Browning
Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton

 

Reading

‘When I Am Among the Trees’ by Mary Oliver

 

Often we sense our hearts are reaching for something, but we can’t quite figure out what. When asked, ‘How are things going?’ we respond, “Good” or “Pretty … read more.