Social Justice

A Perfect Day

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.

Talbot Interfaith Shelter and UUFE 

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.

May 3 Update – UUFE Immigration Task Force

The ITF meeting time is now changing from Wednesday to Thursday evenings starting at 6:30 at UUFE. Our next meeting date will be May 25 and we plan to meet every other week. All are welcome to attend.

The second Immigration Task Force meeting was … read more.

Write Now!

by Jim Richardson

If you are like me and looking for something that can make a difference, the UUFE Social Justice Committee is offering you a great opportunity this coming Sunday, (Jan. 29) with a brand-new project called Write Now!  

Very simply, it a year-long … read more.

I’m Thinking of Moving to the Netherlands

~  Ann Davis

My recent trip to the Netherlands reawakened my appreciation northern European folks. It has been a long time since I traveled outside of the US. It was a pleasant deja vu from childhood trips and residence in Germany.  I experienced a brief but … read more.

Mediation Training Class Starts in March

Would you like to learn skills to help resolve conflicts, for others in the community, and in your own family, work, and life?

Attend Mid Shore Community Mediation Center’s 45 hour Basic Mediation Training Class

The training will be held in Easton and is free of charge. … read more.

UU liFE, art, and service in the heart of Mexico

Life sketches from UUFE’s Sara Linda Poly in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

 

We’ve kept in touch with Sara Linda and her husband, Tim Poly, during their annual winter migration to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  Sara Linda shares her experiences and thoughts on art, service, and … read more.