Universalist Judith Sargent Murray (1751-1820) was an early advocate of women’s equality, access to education, and the right for women to control their earnings. At this service, UUFE member Jim Richardson will reflect on Murray’s writings, “On the Equality of the Sexes.” and consider how … read more.
Forty-nine years since the first Earth Day, the ecology of the earth remains an intense topic of interest and concern for people around the world and here at UUFE. The newly-formed “Green Team” will celebrate the glory of the earth and illuminate concerns. They will … read more.
A celebration with poetry and prose, out with the old in with the new. Join members of UUFE for the last service of 2018.
“…..to be actively involved in community outreach and service….” We say these words in our covenant to each other every Sunday. With the help of members of the Social Justice Committee, we will hear about what the committee has accomplished in the past, and what it … read more.
The Berrigan brothers, Daniel and Philip, both Catholic priests, were leaders in the anti-war and anti-draft movements during the Vietnam War. Daniel, an intellectual and a theologian, complemented Philip’s political and social activism. Along with seven other Catholic protesters, they burned the records of the Catonsville draft board and spent time in jail. Come to explore, through their writings and resistance, how their life-long devotion to peace and social justice aligns with our Unitarian Universalism principles.