Sermons

Living Intentionally

(Sermon January 28, 2018, UU Fellowship at Easton by Rev. Sue Browning)

It’s the end of January. Let’s go way back to the beginning of the month. January 1st was a Monday. Maybe Christmas leftovers on their last leg, your favorite cookies were gone and a few … read more.

UU Principles and Beloved Community

(Sermon, January 14, 2018, UU Fellowship at Easton, Rev. Sue Browning)

In religious community, rituals help us remember. We have the rituals for religious holidays – Christmas, Easter, UU Water Communion. And after years of celebrating Martin Luther King Day, a secular holiday, we have an … read more.

Death and Life on the Ganges – Outreach for Mere Saathi

Dr. Audrey Barker described Mere Saathi’s mission in India to empower and improve the lives of impoverished village women through veterinary medicine for the dairy animals in their care. UUFE’s Don Barker told stories about Death, Uncertainty, and Liberation – from his India journal and books … read more.

Believing in Nothing

How do you respond when someone asks you this: “So you are a UU. What do you believe?”  Is your UU elevator speech fuzzy? Limited to what you have rejected? Can you clearly articulate your beliefs?

Several UUFE members and friends explored and defined their personal … read more.

On Belief and Adult Exploration at UUFE

How do you respond when someone asks you this: “So you are a UU. What do you believe?”  Is your UU elevator speech fuzzy? Limited to what you have rejected? Can you clearly articulate your beliefs?

Several UUFE members and friends explored and defined their personal … read more.

Hope While Waiting

(Sermon at Unitarian Universalists of the Chester River, Dec. 3, 2017)

Sometimes we find ourselves ‘between things’ and we wait.

Recently my plan was to pick up our take-out food on my way home from the gym. I pictured a smooth swing by the restaurant. My husband texted … read more.

Being Two Places at Once 

Sermon by Rev. Sue Browning

 

Let’s get right down to today’s question. Can you be two places at once?  

Let’s say, for discussion, it is 10:40 a.m. EDT on Sunday, October 22. If you are here at this UU congregation’s service, can you also be in New York City at brunch? Or a few years ago my Dad had two grandsons … read more.

Welcoming the Stranger

Sermon by Pete Lesher

My fellow immigrants: Where did you come from?

We all have an origin story—And for many of our families, it includes an immigration story.

My English ancestors arrived on these shores in about 1661 (Tilghman), 1669/70 (Goldsborough)

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When Change Seems Impossible, or at Least Overwhelming

Sermon by Rev. Sue Browning
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton

 

Reading

(An excerpt from the book ‘Just Mercy’ by Bryan Stevenson. For context, it’s the late 1980s and Bryan has working more and more closely with those facing execution. (p72-74))

‘We relocated to our new office … read more.