Fighting to End Virginia’s Gerrymandering

“GERRYMANDERING is the deliberate manipulation of legislative district boundaries to advantage or benefit a particular party or group, or to cause disadvantage or harm to an opposing party or group. It distorts the electoral process, undermines democracy, and renders legislative elections a meaningless exercise.” – OneVirginia2021​ ONE PERSON, ONE VOTE

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Loved Individuals, Beloved Community

By Kathryn Ozyurt Christine Woods, who has been a long time favorite Sunday Morning Forum moderator, helped forum participants (via the Socratic method) choose their own subject for discussion on March 18. A vote on topics such as, “why are people afraid of students speaking out,” and “how do we

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A Saving Faith

This reflection was read aloud by its author from UUFP’s pulpit on Sunday, March 11, 2018. It's the end of our fundraising canvass and I've been asked to give our final member testimonial of the season.  The idea apparently is to convey just what the Fellowship means to me in

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A Like-minded Community

As you'd expect, a covenant to support one's church with time, talent and financial resources is vital to its health! Our thanks to Steve Farthing, who is serving as UUFP's 2018 Canvass Chair. We are grateful for Steve and a number of fellow members who have been sharing their testimonials

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What UUFP Means to Me

By Rosalee Pfister This reflection was read aloud by its author from UUFP’s pulpit on Sunday, February 25, 2018. Good morning! My name is Rosalee Pfister, and I’ve been a member of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula (UUFP) since December of 2011. I have been serving on the

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Love’s Table is Large

“Love is the spirit of this church...” But love is more than a noun; it’s also a verb — an action verb! UUFP's February 25th sanctuary services were replete with love in action! Through stories, responsive readings, meditation and personal testimony, we explored what it means to answer the call

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Sunday and Special Services for March 2018

theme: Service Services include sermons preached by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard unless otherwise noted. March 4th: “Nevertheless, She Persisted: Another Tale of Two Ministers” The western frontier of late nineteenth century Unitarianism was found in Iowa, where a group of ministers endured great hardship to serve new and growing churches.

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