Topic: UU Traditions
This is an all ages service with some special activities as well. Young and old are invited to bring pumpkins for carving after the service. Jackson Froman on piano
This year, UUCE will host our neighbors from Girard. Dale McBrier, a lay minister at UU Girard, will speak on: “DONT LET THE WORLD STEAL YOUR HEART” Rev. Charlie will assist, Jackson Froman and the UUCE Choir will provide music.
We begin the year with a homecoming service for all ages. All are invited to bring a few drops of water from their summer to add to a communal bowl. Combined they symbolize our shared efforts. This Unitarian Universalist ritual is a bit different each … read more.
Across time and cultures, people have honored the day of shortest light and celebrated the rebirth of the unconquered sun. We will do likewise, with fire, word, song, and a labyrinth. Dress for the weather, as we will be both indoors and out. Bring … read more.
In a world with an abundance of vastly different people, U.U. Christians walk the middle road. Part heretic, part Christian, – they are a unique blend of believers who separate the wheat from the chaff, and live in harmony with those of differing faiths. … read more.
Speaker: Lynne Stephens
The power and passion of possibilities
Speakers: Rev. Beth Marshall and the 2017 Coming of Age Class
Today’s service weaves together two uniquely Unitarian Universalist elements: Coming of Age and the Flower Communion. The Coming of Age celebration honors the work our youth have this year and gives the congregation … read more.
Speaker: Janet Krack
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Erie has a been a modest but significant voice in our town since it was founded as The First Unitarian Society in 1898. Janet Krack, a third generation Unitarian and life-long member of our congregation, … read more.
Join us as we “cut the year loose” New Orleans style! It’s a time to cry and a time to laugh, a time to grieve and a time to dance. We’ll make a joyful noise, and parade around as part of the “second … read more.