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theme: Deep Listening Unless otherwise noted, services include sermons preached by the Rev. Andrew Clive Millard and take place on Sundays at 11am via Zoom: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/920676087 October 4: “Committing Ourselves to Climate Justice and Beloved Community” Through a partnership between Interfaith Power & Light and the Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions,
Our thanks to Joanne Dingus for these testimonials of the impact of Moral Mondays participation! July For the past few weeks, I’ve made a point of going to the Moral Mondays Witness events at the Fellowship. They have become a spiritual practice for me. I show up early to water
Yearning for a Yard Sale? Drop in. Carry out. October 10, 2020, 9:00 – 1:00 Rain date: 10/17/20 Life is challenged but goes on during this unprecedented time in our world. Even now, we know folks are hankering for coveted shopping sprees with great finds at bargain basement
The event that was most meaningful to me at this 2020 UUA Virtual General Assembly (GA) was the remarks by the outgoing moderators, Elandria Williams and Rev. Barb Greve, in the last business session. I have known Elandria for over 20 years and enjoyed her active participation. In District meetings,
Your UUFP Planning Committee [Parker Stokes, Lin Chambers, Rebecca Wheeler, Scott Kasmire, Sandy Burkes-Campbell] has been busy over the past few months. In May we learned that the Unitarian Universalist Association indicated that our congregations may remain closed to in-person gatherings for a year. This led to a discussion among
Before this year, I had never heard of Dr. Brené Brown, who has apparently enjoyed TED talk and author fame for a decade or two. Before this year, I had never heard of Dr. Ibram Kendi, now famous author of a number of books about anti-racism. In the last