We’ve become accustomed throughout our lives to thinking about many things in a binary framework. Good or bad. Man or woman. Democrat or Republican. Sick or healthy. Poor or rich. This Sunday we will look at the limitations that we place on ourselves … read more.
Join us for a poetry service led by member Christina Drostin, UUFE Friends and Members as we share poems that speak of the struggles in life, as well as the forces that help us pull through those rough times. Feel free to bring a poem … read more.
At this special cottage meeting service we’ll combine traditional Sunday service elements with an opportunity to participate in planning the future of our Fellowship! We have launched the Strategic Planning process and we need you to be part of our work as we … read more.
Service leaders Emily Cranwell and Christina Drostin will explore an essay, Allegiance to Gratitude, written by Robin Wall Kimmerer. In her book, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants, Kimmerer explores the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address and how our society might be different … read more.
Back in March, the Office actor John Krasinski started a YouTube/Facebook phenom called “Some Good News,” based on the idea that “No matter how tough life gets, there is always good in the world.” And YOU are … read more.
Join us at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton for our first service in 2020. At this service Christina Drostin, our co-president, will offer perspective on ways Taoist and Buddhist traditions are resources for today’s hectic times.
The text of Christina’s sermon is … read more.
When have you been inspired by a leader? When have you been that leader? What makes a leader worthy of followers? Join us for a service with Rev. Sue Browning and UUFE’s Co-Presidents Emily Cranwell and Christina Drostin as we reflect on the spiritual underpinnings of … read more.