UUFE Returns to Hybrid Services February 13

February 8, 2022

After reviewing the improving local Covid conditions, UUFE’s Re-Opening Task Force is pleased to share that UUFE will return to hybrid Sunday services (in-person services, with a virtual ‘Zoom’ option) this coming Sunday, February 13, at 10 a.m.

In addition to in-person worship services, … read more.

Mixing Covid and Christmas

‘Bah Humbug.’ This phrase comes to mind as I read the never-ending headlines about the omicron variant.  ‘Bah Humbug’ conveys “curmudgeonly displeasure.” It captures a sense of contempt, disgust, and disillusionment. For all things Covid, it feels about right.

I am reassured by … read more.

20 Years Later

On this anniversary of ‘9/11’ my hope is we’ll pause and reflect on our sense of the event 20 years later. Where were you that morning? Where were you in your life’s journey in September 2001?

That morning I had flown to NYC on the 6 a.m. … read more.

Accountability This Time

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.

International Transgender Day of Visibility

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.

Once Again

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.