Many say, “Well, I’m spiritual, just not religious.” What about the questions of those who identify as ‘non-spiritual’? At this service Rev. Sue Browning will consider the perspectives of the ‘non-spiritual’ among us. What helps them in day-to-day living? What can the spiritual and non-spiritual … read more.
Rev. Sue Browning
The democratic process relies on eligible voters regularly showing up to vote. Yet, voting patterns are erratic. Why is this? Why is voting a religious issue? At this service, Rev. Sue will explore how the UU principle “to affirm and promote the right of … read more.
Is the Bible a source for the UU faith? (Spoiler Alert: Yes.) Are there other sources? (Another Spoiler Alert: Absolutely.) At this coffeehouse-style service we’ll explore the six primary sources for Unitarian Universalism. For this service, coffee and a light breakfast will be available at … read more.
How did you learn right from wrong? What lessons did your parents offer on lying vs telling the truth? Is the distinction between good and evil always clear? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider the ways we each set a moral compass.
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Often Rev. Sue says, “My hope is by doing this (or that) we can go deeper.” What does she mean by this? At this service we’ll explore the ways we are individually and collectively inspired to stretch, grow and change. The service will include our annual ‘Service of Remembrance’ where we’ll … read more.
Maya Angelou claims, “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” What are the sources of your creative impulses? While we each may not claim an explicit identity as artist, we are each creative beings in this world. At this service with Rev. Sue we’ll explore the promise we offer when we bring our creative selves forward in the world. The choir will sing.
What are our roles as stewards of the planet? Are we really accountable to look seven generations ahead as ancient wisdom asks us to consider? What concrete actions can we take today toward a more sustainable future? Join Rev. Sue Browning at this service celebrating Earth Day 2018. The choir will sing.
If you were transported back 100 years, would you recognize the Unitarian faith? What has changed and what has stayed the same? At this service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll consider the evolution of Unitarianism and ask which parts of the tradition continue to sustain us in 2018.
Living a life where you make choices which align with your ethical standards seems the right thing to do. At this service Rev. Sue Browning will consider the challenges and blessings which come when we decide to center integrity in our lives. UUFE’s choir will sing.
The human impulse for a sense of belonging is powerful and religious communities have the potential to help satisfy this yearning. Who are the caretakers of longstanding religious communities such as UUFE? Join Rev. Sue, the choir, and the leaders of UUFE as we come together on this stewardship Sunday to celebrate and care for our religious community. Yes, the choir will sing, we’ll have a potluck, and the ‘Mystery Friends’ reveal!