When are you moved to seek another’s perspective? Can you spot true wisdom? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider the ways Unitarian Universalism invites us to be mindful in our search for wisdom. The choir will sing.
Rev. Sue Browning
When faced with challenges, what if our first question was: ‘What is the most generous response I might offer?’ Join Rev. Sue Browning as we consider the ways Unitarian Universalists are invited to respond with an outlook of abundance, especially in the most challenging of … read more.
Over the last five years racial justice has become central in the national and local conversation. Lots of talk and learning, but Is progress actually being made to dismantle the systemic aspects of racism? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll take stock of the … read more.
We begin the year with an image of ’20/20′ vision. What is our congregation’s identity? What grounds us? What might help us clarify our vision? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll reflect on the congregation’s past and our potential to move with clarity … read more.
We aspire to be people of integrity. We aspire to be authentic. Join Rev. Sue Browning for a coffee house services as we reflect on our hopes for 2020 and the sense of peace that comes
when we remember to bring our whole selves with us … read more.
Communities stay connected through rituals which remind us to pay attention. In particular Christmas rituals offer opportunities to sense kindness, mystery and joy all around us. Join us at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton for an evening of story and song (including Silent Night!) … read more.
It’s easy to look back at our religious ancestors, the Puritans, and be shocked that we ever ended up celebrating Christmas. The Puritans shunned the very idea of celebrating Christmas. Why did they resist? What changed? Join Rev. Sue Browning as we explore how Unitarians … read more.
Dacher Keltner reflects, “Awe is the feeling of being in the presence of something vast that transcends your understanding of the world.” Do you have a story where you felt such a bold presence? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider the power … read more.
One of the first phrases we teach our toddlers is, “Thank you.” These two words are a chance to connect. In “thank you” we sense that with giving there is receiving. Join us for our annual intergenerational Bread Communion service where we’ll take time to … read more.
Is chaos the natural order of things? Should we be surprised when things don’t go as expected? Where should we focus in chaotic times? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll reflect on our sense of vulnerability in times of disruption and the ways … read more.