Never Be in a Hurry to Believe

Sermon Text by Dwayne Eutsey A couple weeks ago, I was invited by an English teacher at Easton High School to talk to his students about Mark Twain. I was there for most of the day, talking to the four classes he has: two consisted of seniors studying the characteristics of highly successful people; the … Continued

Inside the Board Room

All congregants are welcome to attend general meetings of the Board of Trustees. We hold meetings the second Monday of each month from 6:00 to 7:30 in the Archer-Shee Room. There are always extra chairs, so come in and make yourself comfortable. The Board of Trustees has an “open door policy.” If you are unable … Continued

2018 Service Auction Catalog

Party Basket Randy Bellows Randy provides a large party basket containing several bottles of wine and assorted munchies – see if it suits your palate at the auction. Value: $60                                        Min. bid: $20 Handmade Box of Lotions Mary Dunlavey Pamper yourself with the custom-made lotions that you can peruse at the auction, donated by Mary … Continued

Living Intentionally

(Sermon January 28, 2018, UU Fellowship at Easton by Rev. Sue Browning) It’s the end of January. Let’s go way back to the beginning of the month. January 1st was a Monday. Maybe Christmas leftovers on their last leg, your favorite cookies were gone and a few broken, less enticing, ones still had to be eaten, … Continued

UU Principles and Beloved Community

(Sermon, January 14, 2018, UU Fellowship at Easton, Rev. Sue Browning) In religious community, rituals help us remember. We have the rituals for religious holidays – Christmas, Easter, UU Water Communion. And after years of celebrating Martin Luther King Day, a secular holiday, we have an annual pattern that asks us to remember. The rituals … Continued

Serving Two Congregations: A Spiritual Journey

For over six months I’ve had the privilege to serve two Unitarian Universalist congregations on the eastern shore. I’ve been asked: How is it going? How is the commute? Can you keep up with the commitments? The short answers – From my perspective, it’s going well. The driving is about as expected (not bad). I … Continued

NLDC is Working on Next Year’s Leaders

The Nominating and Leadership Development Committee is at its critical time of year when we begin to work in earnest to prepare the slate of nominees for next year’s leaders. We wish to refresh everyone’s awareness in the Fellowship about the three groups of nominees in the next few weeks. The first group is our … Continued

Death and Life on the Ganges – Outreach for Mere Saathi

Dr. Audrey Barker described Mere Saathi’s mission in India to empower and improve the lives of impoverished village women through veterinary medicine for the dairy animals in their care. UUFE’s Don Barker told stories about Death, Uncertainty, and Liberation – from his India journal and books he carried on his recent trip with Mere Saathi to the … Continued

Outreach for Mere Saathi will be Sun Jan 21

Dr. Audrey Barker founded Mere Saathi in 2010.  Dr. Barker is a Baltimore veterinarian and daughter of UUFE members Rita and Don Barker. We are One Village Healing Another Mere Saathi’s mission is to empower and improve the lives of impoverished Indian women.  We do this by providing specific, needs-based veterinary medicine to the animals in their care. Working In … Continued

Interesting Offerings in the UUA Central East Region

A note from Rev. David Pyle | Congregational Life Staff | Central East Region Dearest Congregational Leaders! Over the next several months, we will be hosting a series of Internet – Based Opportunities for Leaders of each congregation to come together and share ideas, learn from each other, and grow together. Our vision of these … Continued