Diversity

October 15   It’s a Horse of a Different Color

While our history is in part, defined by those who held beliefs which run contrary to the mainstream, our present is also defined by those willing to articulate their faith in new ways. While we may occasionally misstep, modern voices are moving us toward a more inclusive, expansive faith. Musician: Jackson Froman and UUCE Choir

October 8 You say “heretic” like it’s a bad thing?

There is something about being called a heretic that helps crystalize one’s faith. What happens when the term is worn as a badge of honor, rather than an insult? Musician: Candace Williams,  French Horn

August 6 Quaker Service

On August 6, we will meet with the Religious Society of Friends, or Quakers, in our sanctuary. Members of their congregation will join us for a combined Quaker /UU service. The service will begin with a 7.5 minute video “What Quakers Do in Silent Worship.” The service will be led by a member of their … Continued

June 4 A Blessing for the Tzar

Guest speaker: Rabbi Emily Losben-Ostrov, Temple Anshe Hesed Rabbi Emily will share the Jewish traditions on blessings by explaining some of the over 100 blessings Jews are encouraged to offer every day. Erie Zoo visits Children’s RE . Potluck after the service. Musician: Jackson Froman.

January 29: East Side Awakening

East Side Awakening Lora Caldwell Worship Associate: Tom Schlaudecker Lora Caldwell, UUCE member and staff member of the Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network, will share her insights and experiences with their project on the east side of Erie. She will show how our UU principles are perfectly matched to the needs of the residents … Continued

Diversity Celebrated Here!

  Join the Teens, Inspire Team/Ad Hoc committee as we celebrate the belief “Sources” of our members and the community. See the unveiling of our new Mandala, dedicated to our beloved Fred Beebe, who died a year ago on June 26. It will be a very special service and all are welcome to attend. Potluck … Continued