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By Mason Moseley The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula (UUFP) has supported the Living Interfaith Network of Hampton Roads (LINK) from very early in its existence. We continue to

“For all that is our life” by Rev. Andrew ​January is a busy month in Richmond, thanks to the legislative session of the Virginia General Assembly. I spent three days

For all that is our life” by Rev. Andrew As part of the GreenFaith Fellowship Program, each Fellow writes an autobiography as a way to explore our relationship with the

This time of the year brings us many winter holidays involving many cherished traditions: candles, music, special foods, decorations, and gift giving. One tradition that members and friends of the

For all that is our life” by Rev. Andrew As part of my professional development this year, I am a Fellow with GreenFaith, an international interfaith environmental organization that was

Presented by Sandra Engelhardt, Judy Remsburg,​ & Pat Sloan September 9, 2018 The three UUFP Delegates to the 2018 General Assembly will give highlights and impressions of their week in

The wise man, or wise-guy, Stephen Colbert, once said: “If this is going to be a Christian nation that doesn’t help the poor, either we have to pretend that Jesus

By Jim Sanderson, President, Unitarian Universalist ​Fellowship of the Peninsula Grow in Wonder – Connect in Love – ​Engage in Service – Inspire Generosity ​These are the words we are

The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness is a book that retraces author Michelle Alexander’s pioneering work concerning the tragic situation of African-American young men and

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