Emily Cranwell

More Joy!

Joy can feel so easy and natural in the moment when you are experiencing it. Why then, can joy be so hard to accept and enjoy? Service leader Emily Cranwell will explore this question and discuss ways that we might make room and allow ourselves more joy in the months … read more.

UUFE’s Commitment to Deep Inclusion

This summer we’ve considered belonging, radical hospitality, diversity, equity and inclusion. We’ve looked at proposals from the Unitarian Universalist Association about being more intentional at the association and in congregations. We conclude this summer series on inclusion by asking, ‘What will we together change at … read more.

Widening the Circle of Concern

As a faith tradition Unitarian Universalism is grounded on promoting and affirming the inherent worth and dignity of all. Our history includes being in the forefront as advocates for civil rights and fairness. An important history, and yet, recent assessments of our association (the Unitarian … read more.

Authentic Welcome

This summer we plan to explore the theme of ‘Inclusion’ from multiple perspectives. At this service, led by Emily Cranwell and Nancy Sajda, we’ll consider the principles of ‘radical hospitality’ and ask, “What might be expected of a person arriving to a new group?  What … read more.

Words that Sustain Us

Join Emily Cranwell and others for a UUFE Zoom service of connection.

Join us to share a poem, quote, song lyrics, or other words that help sustain your spirit.
We will read, listen, and connect by sharing inspiring works of writing- or share your own!
Which words have … read more.

Care of the Soul

In his book “Care of the Soul” Thomas Moore notes, “Tradition teaches that soul lies midway between understanding and unconsciousness, and that its instrument is neither the mind nor the body, but imagination…” Join Service Leader Emily Cranwell as she explores the nature and care … read more.