We are people of many beliefs.
We believe that no single religious group or creed possesses the final answer for everyone about the purpose and meaning of life. We support and nurture each other in a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
We’re your neighbors on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Our minister and lay leaders present Sunday sermons that draw upon a Living Tradition of teachings and wisdom from the world’s religions, the words and deeds of prophetic women and men, and humanist and earth-centered traditions.
Our Children’s Religion Education leaders and teachers (professionals and volunteers) lead Sunday classes for K-12 children based on the Tapestry of Faith curriculum published by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). The curriculum nurtures spiritual growth and identity, a transforming faith, and a place within communities of justice and love for children and families. We have also presented curriculum based on the Build Your Own Theology series.
Other religious and ethics education resources are incorporated into small group discussions at UUFE’s Emerson Cafe and Inner Circles small group meetings. Adult Education discussions cover many topics, according to the needs and interests of participants.
UUFE also helps members connect with worldwide fellowships of UU members from Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Humanist, Atheist-Agnostic, and Earth-Centered traditions. What unites us? Our broad, inclusive outlook and values, as expressed in our seven Principles.
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