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.
With mere mention of his epic 28,000-mile ocean voyage, UUFE’s Ken Court tells instead of growing up with Daddy and Mimi in tidewater Virginia, Hampton Roads, and Coronado, learning tobacco cultivation from McClain the black tenant farmer, raising delphiniums and a red Duroc sow, and … read more.
UUFE’s Jean Rhian answers the Five Big Questions and tells about working with little springs and gears for the local jeweler, and with IBM mainframes for K-Mart and Ford, and how joining UU was a move to the right. And along the way… how Jerry lost … read more.
UUFE’s Maureen Curtin answers the Five Big Questions and tells how she made up bad stuff to feel truly Catholic, and about singing with the Swing Orchestra and comedians, and riding with the UUFE Rangers. And yes, she was born with teeth.
In 1892 James Taylor was lynched near the Kent County Courthouse. He never received his day in court. At this service led by Rev. Sue Browning and UUCR member Philip Dutton we’ll explore the story of this lynching, the power of bringing an honest telling … read more.