Today is the first day of our children’s Religious Education program, and we celebrate our Unitarian Universalist principle of search for truth and how freedom of speech fosters free inquiry. Our teachers will have their hands blessed for the shared work of religious exploration and … read more.
We will explore the intrinsic value in and inherent necessity of the first of Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “Four Freedoms.” to Democracy. We will also offer a Labor Day salute to America’s working men and women. Musician: Jackson Froman.
There are those who can see with clarity, and they are willing to take the necessary risk to protect, rescue and defend those in the greatest need. They keep the flame in our chalice burning.
This morning’s full service will include our traditional Flower Communion, … read more.
The Adult Education Committee and community members have been studying Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindess. In addition, three smaller groups are working to decrease the impact of mass incarceration locally and are eager to share their … read more.
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 … read more.
Rev. Beth Marshall
Worship Associate: Annette Krusewicz
Many believe that we are living in a time where marginalized individuals are … read more.
Rev. Beth Marshall
Worship Associate: Al Richardson
On a weekend dedicated to so many dreams not yet fully … read more.
Janet Krack, Ginny Sabol and Annette Krusewicz
Worship Associate: Janet Krack
The theologian Howard Thurman reminds us that the real work of Christmas begins “When the star in the sky is gone, When the kings and princes are home, … read more.
Rev. Beth Marshall will discuss the idea that part of being socially responsible in a diverse community is developing an awareness of the common ground we share with members of different faith communities. This morning’s service draws upon parallel sacred texts from the Buddhist, Christian, … read more.
We will take a look at the importance of maintaining a trauma-informed route as we assist others traveling down life’s highway towards social and economic justice. Coordinated by Tammie Johnson. Rev. Beth will not be in the pulpit this morning, but will be spending the … read more.