UUFE’s Katie Southworth sends you a postcard from Fiji. And she doesn’t stop there. Katie answers the Five Big Questions and talks about teaching World Geography (by first going there), parenting as a team, and her Next Big Thing: Raising
UUFE’s Ron Sweet answers UU liFE’s Five Big Questions and tells about trading DC for Easton (easy), choosing between Seattle and Alburquerque (too hard), flying the Great Hawaiian Air Race, building his own aircraft, and finding his way back to UUFE. Where
What’s more remarkable than starting an amateur acting career at age 60? — Taking John along with you. UUFE’s Jane Terebey traces her path from the Catholic-Protestant crucible, through a career in the infosphere, to center stage in community theater. And talks
UUFE’s Nina Wahl traces her path through five or six foster-churches, along Wall Street and Fifth Avenue, to UU liFE’s Five Big Questions. UU liFE: Where were you raised, and how? Nina: I was born into a colorful but
UUFE’s Kristin Wilkersen answers the Five Big Questions and talks about driving her dad’s Suburban, surviving summer with the kids, working two jobs, and doing grad school with Drake the black lab. And the remarkable-ness of every day. “The first
UUFE’s Lisa Menditch tells of her journey from the hills of North Carolina to Unitarian Pescaterianism and UUFE. And she answers the Five Big Questions. “I serve UUFE to make my little corner of the world a nicer place.”
UUFE’s Judy Harrald makes her way from CSI to IRS, down the Colorado, up the Rockies, the Alps, and the Himalaya, and across the Atlantic in tall ships. And she navigates the Five Big Questions. Where were you raised, and how?
We are excited to welcome everyone to our first Sunday or religious education on Sunday, September 11th. We will all gather in the sanctuary and the kids will be sung to their classes after the Thoughts for All Ages time
(From Ann Davis’s Sunday presentation at UUFE, July 24.) GA begins with the opening celebration including the banner parade. It feels somewhat like the opening ceremony parade of the Olympics when the national teams march around the stadium. Sue and
UUFE’s Jay Anglada answers the Five Big Questions, tells about life between home here and home in Vero Beach, and reveals the secret to 54 years of strife-free marriage. (No surprise there, Jay!) UU liFE: Where were you raised, and how?