Tuesday Youth Group

Coordinated by Religious Education Director Joanne Dingus In addition to our weekly Sunday morning classes (once onsite activities resume), we offer this monthly Youth Group for middle and high school students. Throughout the year we have different social events such as games and crafts. You are encouraged to attend these

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Sunday Service: March 28th: “Our Principles Within”

Presented by Rev. Andrew Millard What are commonly called the Seven Principles are part of the covenant that all UU congregations make to each other as part of our membership in the Unitarian Universalist Association. Here at the UUFP, however, we have named four more principles that are uniquely ours:

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Sunday Service: “Non-Creedal Community” by Rev. AJ van Tine

Presented by Rev. AJ van Tine March 7th: “Non-Creedal Community” Unitarian Universalist congregations are famously non-creedal communities. We say that what binds us together is our common covenant, rather than a common creed, but does being non-creedal mean that we don’t have any creeds? What about the individual beliefs of

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Sunday Service: “The Kingdom of God Is Among You”

Presented by Rev. Andrew Millard Our emphasis on Beloved Community owes much to Dr. King, but he was preceded in his call to non-violent justice by other activists, theologians and philosophers including Mohandas Gandhi and Leo Tolstoy. Indeed, the vision of a more immanent than imminent heaven-on-Earth may be traced

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Sunday Service: “Reimagining the Beloved Community”

Presented by Rev. Sherman Logan Sixty-five years ago, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. envisioned a society based on equal justice, equal opportunities and love for our neighbors. However, today we are still trying to live up to Dr. King’s hopeful, transformational moral vision of the Beloved Community. How

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Sunday Service: Side with Love Sunday

Presented by Rev. Andrew Millard February 14th: Side with Love Sunday Thirty Days of Love is our annual celebration that runs from Dr. King Day through Valentine’s Day and lifts up the ways that Unitarian Universalists and our partners are taking bold, courageous action for intersectional racial justice. Bringing Thirty

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Sunday Service: “The Ways of Love, as Best We Can”

Presented by Rev. Andrew Millard February 7th: “The Ways of Love, as Best We Can” Most Unitarian Universalists are surprised to learn that we are the religious descendants of the Puritans and that the foundation of our living tradition comes from the Puritans’ interpretation of the Bible. Indeed, The Cambridge

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