When have you taken the risk of making a commitment? What possibilities opened for you through commitment? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning will look at the rituals of promise and the hope made possible in such acts.
Our Opening Words Tell Who We Are:
“As Unitarian Universalists, we share many values, and we also come to the table with our differences.
“We are challenged to do our own looking for what matters to us most, and what we think matters to other people, and to … read more.
Our Opening Words Tell Who We Are
As we enter into worship, put away the pressures of the world that ask us to perform, to take up masks, to put on brave fronts. Silence the voices that ask you to be perfect. This is a community … read more.
Our Opening Words Say Who We Are
We are an intentionally welcoming congregation, and invite you to be a part of the community. When we make this statement, we are expressing our vision of love and acceptance.
We welcome you – your background and beliefs, all racial … read more.
Opening words for our Sunday Service, 30 December 2018.
Delivered by Jim Richardson, Lay Leader
Home is where you put one foot on the porch
and before your other foot even touches the landing
the door dances open,
and the first thing you see is a huge smile
and … read more.
Of late, the term, “Stay in your lane” is heard often. It translates roughly to “You do your job, I’ll do mine.” At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider when this is helpful guidance, when it’s not, and reflect on what helps us … read more.
Dia de Muertos Sunday Service talk by Don Barker
It’s the season of Halloween and Dia de Muertos, And here we are to talk about death.
How do we talk about our own death?
How can I get up the nerve to talk about my own death?
When I … read more.
November 4th Day of the Dead Sunday Service talk by Jean Rhian
I have thought about this service a great deal over a long period of time, and find myself to be just overwhelmed with a myriad of thoughts. I don’t know where to begin and … read more.
Sermon by Nancy Sawyer
The seed for this sermon was planted several years ago during a multilogue here at this Fellowship. During the multilogue I referred to our congregation as “a faith community.” Don Barker responded to my comment with his usual, questioning, curious manor with … read more.
Sermon by Rev. Sue Browning, April 8, 2018
One hundred years ago is hard to imagine. And yet we have two UUFE members who were alive in 1918: Carol Kabler who would have been two years old, and Jack Scott who was born in February 1918.
100 … read more.