Building Together Caroline County. A switch from what had been planned for December, but a very worthy organization that we have had collections for before. This is a volunteer based organization that does home repairs for folks who can’t afford to do them on their … read more.
(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.
Sunday, November 11th’s collection was in support of delivering a mini mindfulness curriculum as part of the after school program known as BAAM (Building African American Minds).
First, a little about BAAM: BAAM was started by a local African American couple who wanted to provide a college … read more.
On September 23, UUFE hosted the UU Racial Justice Gathering Workshop. Paula Cole Jones and other leaders led an in-depth conversation and workshop on racial justice. The gathering was an opportunity for UUs in the Delmarva Cluster to address the challenges of dismantling systemic racism. … read more.
Sunday, November 12 2017, our Social Justcie Outreach Collection will be in support of delivering a mini mindfulness curriculum as part of the after school program known as BAAM (Building African American Minds).
First, a little about BAAM: BAAM was started by a local African American … read more.
Habitat and Frederick Douglass Day events show what a diverse community Talbot can be.
At last Sunday’s Service, I shared that the day before had been one of the most perfect days of my life. May my words do justice to my heart.
– Doug Jurrius
Saturday was a … read more.
A note from UUFE’s Jack Harrald:
UUFE was one of the faith communities that responded to homelessness in our community by supporting the creation of Talbot Interfaith Shelter in 2008. UUFE members have continued that support as volunteers and donors enable TIS to grow from a seasonal cold weather, … read more.
Concerned Citizens of Easton (Gail Woodall’s group), brought to Matthew Peters an excellent idea to help raise money for the Multi-Cultural Center, specifically for emergency funding. It would involve using “Go Fund Me” on the internet. Members of local citizens’ groups like Bay Hundred Citizens … read more.