We often talk about building and sustaining relationships. In community work it’s been said that doing the work relationally takes exponentially more time. Does this ring true? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider the wide variation of connections in our lives and the … read more.
Rev. Sue Browning
Join us for our annual Water Communion ceremony as we officially launch the church year. What happens when we allow the threads of our lives to be woven together? What new ways of seeing the world are possible when we bring our many perspectives together? … read more.
Many UUFE congregants prioritize their commitment to social justice and live out this commitment through volunteer efforts, advocacy to change, and financial contributions. At this service several UUFE members will reflect on the question, ‘How does social justice fulfill you spiritually?’ The service will be … read more.
About five years ago several UU leaders observed that our seven UU principles don’t create a clear and intentional path toward creating a fully inclusive community. In response their is a now a proposed 8th UU principle which centers a vision of Beloved Community calls us … read more.
UUFE will be meeting in the sanctuary for the first time since March 2020. With Rev. Sue Browning we’ll have a chance to reflect on the experiences in our life of ‘Returning.’ We do have guidelines in place as we take these first steps to … read more.
Poet Diane Ackerman notes, “In rare moments of deep play, we can lay aside our sense of self, shed time’s continuum, ignore pain, and sit quietly in the absolute present…No analyzing or explaining…One is completely open to whatever drama may unfold.” When in life do … read more.
Everyone experiences losses. Every community experiences losses. Do Unitarian Universalists have anything unique to offer on loss and grief? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider where we might find support as we navigate our paths through loss. This service will include our annual ritual … read more.
The stories of a community or family are passed around as special forms of truth. Sometimes these stories are reminders of values and character. Other times they are warning signals of what is to be avoided. At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll explore … read more.
In 1892 James Taylor was lynched near the Kent County Courthouse. He never received his day in court. At this service led by Rev. Sue Browning and UUCR member Philip Dutton we’ll explore the story of this lynching, the power of bringing an honest telling … read more.