Sunday Forum: What I have Learned About Giving at the UUFP

Presented by Steve Farthing Steve Farthing and his wife, Jeanne, have been members of the Fellowship for over fifteen years. They came for their children, Susannah and Ethan, and stayed for the love and commitment to make the world a better place. Steve is an introverted engineer who has, oddly

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“Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover”

Presented by Kathryn Ozyurt March 1, 2020 What do our “appearances” tell us about each other? How and what we do affect others’ opinions about Unitarian Universalism.  As UUs, we are very careful to analyze and refrain from stereotyping, but there are some useful aspects to this sometimes misdirected practice

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Sunday Forum: Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

Presented by Kathryn Ozyurt What do our “appearances” tell us about each other? How and what we do affect others’ opinions about Unitarian Universalism.  As UUs, we are very careful to analyze and refrain from stereotyping, but there are some useful aspects to this sometimes misdirected practice of prejudging the

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Sunday Forum: “Responding to a Medical Crisis” – Part II

Presented by Dr. Parker Stokes Dr. Parker Stokes retired last year after a 42-year career at Hampton Family Practice.  He has worked in the medical office, hospital and emergency room settings. He will share some of his experiences in management of everyday medical emergencies so we will be better prepared

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“Faith Transitions”

Presented by Corey Anderson and April Kelsey January 26, 2020 Many people find their way to Unitarian Universalism through family heritage, self exploration, or a natural progression of values. But what about those who choose to make the leap from ultra-conservative or fundamentalist religions? How does that happen, and what

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