It’s summer. The Olympics are in full swing, there are so many compelling excuses for ice cream, and for many of us, schedules are just a bit lighter. Yet this week I’ve been reflecting on the insurrection at the capitol back in January, anything but … read more.
As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Talbot Interfaith Shelter (TIS), like so many other things, looks different.
TIS Ongoing and Upcoming Plans
Purchase of a second house, Evelyn’s Place, to provide five beds for single men and five for single women.
Maintain services for families … read more.
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton will return to the sanctuary for in-person, indoor summer services starting Sunday, July 11 at 10 am!
We know the congregation yearns for connection. We’ve chosen to meet in the sanctuary so we will have the blessing of air conditioning … read more.
Welcome Back! All!
When we return to our UUFE sanctuary for in-person services and meetups this summer, UUFE will be more inclusive and our building even more welcoming than before. Read more below about our plans to provide gender-neutral restrooms for all who gather with us.
Members … read more.
Tuesday afternoon the jury found Derek Chauvin guilty of the murder of George Floyd. There is a sense of relief in reaction to the verdict. This highly publicized case, that we have come to know so well, is closer to ending. There still needs to be … read more.
March 31, 2021
March 31 is International Transgender Day of Visibility. It’s a day to celebrate transgender people and to recognize the ongoing discrimination faced by trans people every day.
Locally, again this year, the Talbot County Council voted unanimously to … read more.
Last Sunday we lit a candle for the victims of the Atlanta area shootings. As I lit that candle, I noted that while we had heard much about these deaths, many others die each day from gun violence. During Joys and Sorrows, a … read more.
It has been a year. The last service we held in our sanctuary was Sunday, March 8, 2020. We gathered with paper orders of service, we sang, we passed the plate, we shared joys and concerns, and we drank coffee. And then things … read more.
Last Sunday I preached on the “Ages and Stages” in life. I’m wondering what folks are thinking about the three questions I posed in the sermon?
As a recap, I noted there are physical realities of getting older. From that first year of life until the end, we change. Our numerical … read more.
“How do we change the world? One random act of kindness at a time.” — Morgan Freeman
As we head towards Valentine’s Day, I’ve been noticing little acts of care and kindness.
I am grateful for the grocery clerk who noted one of my purchases was ‘buy … read more.