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It was lovely and a bit different from other church weddings we had attended. We liked the words that were spoken. ​I first saw the UUFP in November of 1997.

First, let me wish our UUFP mothers a Happy Mother’s Day. Being a mom was the spark that lit my desire to become a Unitarian. Religion during my childhood meant

Good Morning. I hope you are doing well. My name is Mason Moseley. Patricia Moseley and I joined the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula in October of 1986, after

Good Morning! I want to thank Joanne for giving me the opportunity to speak to you all today. You may know me as a member-at-large on the UUFP policy board.

[siteorigin_widget class=”WP_Widget_Media_Image”][/siteorigin_widget] Hi, I am Kathryn Ozyurt. I have been a UU for 55 years. When we moved to Virginia in 2014, I stuck a compass point into a map

3/22/2020 By Sam Smith This member testimonial is part of our ongoing 2020-21 UUFP Canvass (click here to pledge). ​ ​Thomas Merton, a Trappist Monk, philosopher and writer in the

My name is Rachel Bevins and I have been attending the UUFP since before our oldest was born. Over the years I have served in a variety of small roles,

This is the second of our series of member testimonials as a part of our 2020 UUFP Canvass. What does UUFP mean to me? It’s a presence, a presence in

3/6/2020 0 Comments By Judy Remsberg This was presented by Judy Remsberg as a part of the ongoing series of member testimonials during the 2020/21 UUFP Canvass. [siteorigin_widget class=”WP_Widget_Media_Image”][/siteorigin_widget] What

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