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:
- by Jim Richardson The first meeting of the Immigration Task Force was held on April 19th at UUFE. We had a good turnout of about twelve people and began by going around the table and sharing each person’s reasons
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.
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,
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
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,
Invitation to important conversation about UUA Leadership – April 22, 2017, 10 – 11:30 a.m. at UUFE Dear UUFE Members and Friends, As you may have heard, Rev. Peter Morales, president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), resigned on March
UUFE’s Michele Drostin answers the Five Big Questions and tells about living on the water, schooling on the water, working on the water, moving back to the water. And the day Eve sailed the waters and came into the world.
Sermon by Sue Browning Minister, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton Reading By Theresa Soto, Tracy Bleakney Original version in English by Tracy Bleakney, traducción en español por Theresa Soto A child journeys far from home Fearful and brave, in need of
Do you ever think, “If I could just get things in my life in order, then I’d be ready to do all those things I want to do?” If only. One of the greatest paradoxes in life is our striving