Services for December 2019

theme: Awe This year, we are taking our monthly themes from “Soul Matters”, a network of Unitarian Universalist congregations who follow the same themes for the purpose of sharing worship, music, religious education and small group resources. Unless otherwise noted, services include sermons preached by the Rev. Andrew Clive Millard

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Services for November 2019

theme: Attention This year, we are taking our monthly themes from “Soul Matters”, a network of Unitarian Universalist congregations who follow the same themes for the purpose of sharing worship, music, religious education and small group resources. Unless otherwise noted, services include sermons preached by the Rev. Andrew Clive Millard

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Values, Mission, Vision – the Next Step!

Saturday, November, 16th ​We have an exciting opportunity to hear from our sister congregations in Williamsburg and Virginia Beach about how they addressed their space needs by either expanding their existing facilities or moving to a larger location. Members of the Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists and the Coastal Virginia Unitarian Universalists have

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2019 Tidewater Cluster: Let’s Go!

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula was well represented at today’s Tidewater Cluster that convened at First UU Church, Richmond, Virginia. ​ Henry Chambers and Sandra Engelhardt served on the Planning Committee. Joanne worked with Youth; Rev. Andrew led a workshop; and Robin facilitated a panel discussion. All told

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Services for October 2019

theme: Belonging This year, we are taking our monthly themes from “Soul Matters”, a network of Unitarian Universalist congregations who follow the same themes for the purpose of sharing worship, music, religious education and small group resources. Unless otherwise noted, services include sermons preached by the Rev. Andrew Clive Millard

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Deep Listening

a poem by Mary-Elizabeth Cotton Rev. Andrew writes: Not long after I arrived at the Fellowship, a little over nine years ago, I was talking to Bob Smith about our Fellowship Circles program and he told me that our Nursery Attendant, Mary-Elizabeth Cotton, had written a wonderful poem that got

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A Developing Faith

By Scott Kasmire I always like telling the story of how I first “signed the book” at a Florida Unitarian Universalist church the day before I shipped off to boot camp — in order to have a religious preference embossed on my navy dog-tags.  It’s a true story, but it’s

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