Who’s Afraid of Goddess Group?

Hi, again! Thanks for the warm response to our ​Goddess Group articles. We love your interest, and we’re eager to answer your questions. Still, we sometimes hear myths that may be keeping you (yes, I’m pointing to you) from attending. Here’s another myth we’d like to dispel (and one less

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Emerson, Hume, Kant and…

  Kasmire! Yes, this past month, the Sunday Morning Adult Forum attendees were in the presence of great minds (both at the podium and in the classroom) when our own "resident philosopher," Scott Kasmire, delivered his three-part series on "Metaethics and the 'Divinity School Address.'" This year marks the 180th

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The Taste of Words. The Flavor of Freedom

Hats off to Adult Religious Education Chair Kathryn Ozyurt who continues to faithfully lead one of UUFP's pivotal programs! As was recently the case, there are occasions when Sunday Morning Forum facilitators need to reschedule due to unforeseen events. With ease and in cooperative spirit, Kathryn readily rose to the

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Emerson, Hume, Kant and…

  Kasmire! Yes, this past month, the Sunday Morning Adult Forum attendees were in the presence of great minds (both at the podium and in the classroom) when our own "resident philosopher," Scott Kasmire, delivered his three-part series on "Metaethics and the 'Divinity School Address.'" This year marks the 180th

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It’s Not About Me

This reflection was read aloud by its author from UUFP’s pulpit on Sunday, February 18, 2018. Here at the UUFP I am on your Membership committee, Tidewater Cluster committee, and Leadership Development committee. I also help organize and facilitate the twice a year meals and overnight shelter staffing for the

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Who’s Afraid of Goddess Group?

Hello again! ​At Goddess Group, we hear a lot of questions about who we are and what we do. Alas, there’s misinformation out there that we feel might be keeping some of you from our meetings. Over the next few weeks we’ll be presenting some questions/myths posed by our members,

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Where I Belong

This reflection was read aloud by its author from UUFP’s pulpit on Sunday, February 11, 2018. How the UUFP has made a Positive Difference in my Life ​I was always a Unitarian Universalist; I just had never heard of it until 2003. ​​ We were not especially a church-going family.

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Why Do We Pledge?

Greetings, Friends! At the Fellowship, we're fortunate to be a part of a faith community in mission for Wonder…Love…Service…Generosity—in the hope of creating a Beloved World Community. Our dynamic sanctuary services, educational programs, social justice movements and other ministries build relationship and make positive change both inside and outside our

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