A Veterans Day Memory

  During the very moving UUFP Sunday morning services, on November 11, 2018, we commemorated the centennial anniversary of the end of the First World War and all those who served in the armed forces. Fellowship member, Air Force veteran and Holocaust survivor Julian Padowicz was one of many among

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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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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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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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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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