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A good time was had by all as the three Hampton Roads Unitarian Universalist Congregations celebrated at the Hampton Roads Pride PRIDEFEST on the Elizabeth River at Town Point Park in Norfolk, Virginia, June 25, 2022! Hampton Roads PrideFest is a public celebration providing Virginians with the opportunity to unify
The UUFP Social & Environmental Justice Committee (S&EJC) and its Racial Justice Team (RJT) whole-heartedly endorse the Fellowship’s new Racial Justice Program, created by Rev. Andrew Millard. The new Racial Justice Program is based on the Welcoming Congregation and Green Sanctuary programs and the 1997 General Assembly resolution, “Toward an
This is our “Year of Living Covenantally”! Soul Matters theme: Magic Summer Sunday Services take place at 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary. You can also connect via Zoom at https://uuma.zoom.us/j/920676087 or telephone to 646-876-9923 (Meeting ID: 920 676 087). Children’s RE and the Forum both take place at 9:30 a.m.
I have tried to resist the urge to write yet another post on the 8th Principle. However, following the debate on eFlame has left so many thoughts echoing in my head that I felt that I needed to amend my previous submission. In my prior entry, I suggested a framework
My name is Jeannine, and I’ve been a member of the UUFP since 2009. My three kids have grown up here at the Fellowship. I’ve spoken publicly before about supporting the proposed 8th Principle, and at first, I thought I didn’t have anything else to say. I’d spoken; I was
Prefer to view live? View "Rachel's Testimonial Voting in Favor of the Proposed 8th Principle" and "Introduction to the Proposed 8th Principle" for additional information. I will be voting "yes" on the proposed 8th Principle. I was originally confused about this. Why do we need something that calls out racism when