Soul Matters theme: Creativity

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). 

Andrew-Millard_pulpit_eflame-services-articlesThe Rev. Andrew Clive Millard


May 7th: Transformation”

One of the Values that the Article II Study Commission has proposed for our UUA Covenant is Transformation.  “We adapt to the changing world.   We covenant to collectively transform and grow spiritually and ethically.  Openness to change is fundamental to our Unitarian and Universalist heritages, never complete and never perfect.”

May 14h: Life’s Longing for Itself

Last year we created a new “homecoming” tradition for the Fellowship and our families!  Many people over the years have had Child Dedications, Coming of Age or Bridging at the UUFP, so let’s welcome them back, celebrate our multi-generational community and talk about why ministry to families is such an important part of living into our Mission.

If you have family — especially former UUFP youth — in town this Mother’s Day weekend, please invite them to come to this service with you!  The UUFP ChorUUs will provide service music, and Members should plan to stay after the service for our Annual Membership Meeting!

May 21st: Color My World”

We will explore aspects of creativity and how they connect to our faith journeys.  Members will share how their creativity supports their mental health and well being, how it connects with their awe of Nature and Earth-centered spirituality, and how it can offer opportunities for personal growth and transformation.

Our speakers will include Meg Glenn-Albiez, Robin van Tine and Mary-Elizabeth Cotton.  Several other members of the Fellowship have submitted photos of their art for the virtual Art Gallery

May 28th: “We Covenant to: Build Racial, Social and Environmental Justice in the Beloved Community”

Last year, by unanimous vote at a special membership meeting, the UUFP adopted a congregational covenant, a list of intentions describing who we aspire to be as a faith community.  The seventh point of our covenant reflects our commitment to justice as “faith in action” that seeks peace and liberty for all both within and beyond our walls.