Let’s pitch a show to Netflix, one designed to lessen racism and homophobia. Maybe a documentary, complete with talking heads, statistics, and some up-close-and-personal stories. . . that only the choir would watch. So stop the preaching already!
Fortunately Netflix already airs a show that moves people … read more.
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 … read more.
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. … read more.
We are going to be offering members/friends the opportunity to recognise, memorialise or honour someone who is special to you by displaying flowers during the service. You bring the flowers and vase of your choice and take them home after the service. You may write … read more.
In October, I wrote that I would be attending the “Strategic Board” workshop led by Rev. David Pyle at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring, Maryland. I wrote “stay tuned” for the outcome of that experience for me. So here you go, albeit belatedly.
Recently I’ve been struck by the number of opportunities at UUFE to explore issues and ideas in greater depth. From the new Adult Enrichment classes (thank you, Gayle Scroggs and others), to the “Intro to UU” class (thank you, Carol Meredith and others), to the Parent Forum … read more.
As I write this, I am anticipating The Leadership Retreat which awaits me and about 20 other members on Saturday, (October 21) at Third Haven Friends Meeting. Rev. Ginger Luke (who preached our sermon on October 15 on Humanism) our facilitator, Rev. Sue and I have … read more.
In our longing for healing and wholeness, we need to make room for the reality that sometimes we, and the world around us, feel more broken than whole. Can we learn to see the beauty that lies even at the heart of our brokenness?