Hello, RE families! Happy Weekend to everyone. Just a few things to catch you up on the goings and comings of life in the UUFE RE corner of the world: 1. Developing a reverence for life is the theme in
UUFE has traditionally completed all administrative functions on a volunteer basis. With the departure of a long-time volunteer who has led our administrative team, we are looking to hire an administrative coordinator temporarily for a few hours each week to
Sermon by Rev. Sue Browning Last Sunday here at UUFE we held our first Teen Church service. As adult church happened here in the sanctuary, Patty Hamsher, Lauren Harton and I considered magic wands with the youth in the
Sermon by Rev. Sue Browning What is your relationship with the land? If I asked you about a relationship with a family member or friend, you could share how you are connected – the nature of the connection. For
Like a lot of great ideas, I first heard about the concept of peace camp at a play date about 4 years ago. A friend of mine planted the small seed of the idea by talking about a peace camp
Our Outreach Collection at the October 11 service on will benefit Talbot Interfaith Shelter (TIS). TIS is dedicated to providing safe, temporary shelter to men, women, and children who lack adequate housing, and to raising awareness of the issues of
What if We Stopped Doing a Few Things? We are offered lots of advice in life. At workshops on church leadership, experts tell us how to identify challenges, to observe with fresh perspective, and to lead from a spiritual core.
Sermon by Rev. Sue Browning How many here have seen the Prudential Insurance TV commercial with the yellow and blue magnets? [See the video clip at the end of this post.] Here is the set-up. There is a crowd of