As is our annual tradition, in this service we’ll share cornbread and apple cider, and sing thanks and praise for all that is our life.
Speaker: Rev. David Kohlmeier
In Unitarian Universalism, one of the most important concepts is that of covenant. What is covenant? How does it define what it is to be a member of a UU congregation? How can it give guidance for navigating our personal lives? Let’s reflect together.
In our UUFF library hangs a stained glass window, with symbols of some world religions around a large cross. At some point this summer, the window was broken in the upper corner. Rev. David believes that this fracture now makes the window perfect. What on … read more.
In the ancient earth-centered traditions of Great Britain and Ireland, “Samhain” was one of the most important times of year. Meaning “summer’s end,” it was a time for both bringing in the last of the harvest, preparing for winter, and remembering our beloved dead. In … read more.