How full do you like your calendar to be? What’s your preferred balance of “need-to-be-somewhere” and free, flexible time? In the story of The Three Bears we hear of porridge that is “too hot”…”too cold” and “just right.” What’s your
Our theme this month is Blessing. In the Soul Matters packet I received on the theme, this quote caught my eye: We each have the choice in any setting to step back and let go of the mind-set of scarcity.
Can you recall a field trip in your life? Even if you haven’t been in school for a while, my guess is you remember at least one. I’ve asked friends about past field trips. One recalled going to a farm
In the flurry of our day-to-day lives, we often feel rushed. We wonder if we can do enough, and if we can do whatever we need to do well enough. Other times we feel alone and long to share our
Recently, we needed to pause at the beginning of the Sunday service to set up more chairs. I heard the parking lot was about full that day, and 21 children were in in RE. A loving spirit of connection and
Rev. Sue Browning Last Sunday my sermon was titled, “If I Were to Write a Letter to Santa…” I shared my belief that when we give voice, with some specificity, to our wishes, we open our hearts to new possibilities
Even just knowing the holidays are close brings a sense of anticipation, and not always the good kind! Sometimes we sense we are not quite relaxed, and without consciously choosing to do so, our bodies have braced for the unexpected.
After months of learning and planning, a community-wide conversation on race opened the evening of November 8 in St. Michaels. The Star Democrat reported the event. Over 120 participated, including from UUFE Ann Davis, Colleen Ronning, Jon Williams, Sally Woodall and
Our theme this month is Ancestry. Where do our ancestors fit into our lives? Do you have a sense of connection with your ancestors? Are your ancestors only those you are somehow related to? As a congregation we have a
UUFE has a long tradition of member Work Days. A few pictures from the past Saturday’s cleaning below. Gratitude to Jane Terebey, Gayle Scroggs, Russ Steffy and Peggy Sharp, and likely others who were there before I stopped by on