Like a seed planted perhaps by a grandmother’s weathered hands pushed carefully into the soil or maybe by a birds’ droppings, it is unseen in that form again…. Faith is that which is tended with the work of love, and the hope that it brings forth flowers or barley.
Topic: Faith + Works
First UU has made the theme for the fall Faith + Works series Turn on the Love to keep our spirits high as we continue to navigate the complexities of this pandemic. Join us as we Turn on the Love with Dr. Lourdes Rodriguez:
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This month Frank Barszcz will talk about his experience as a Unitarian Universalist and the impact it has had on his life and his work.
Join us Online – register at the Upcoming Services button below for the Zoom link! – or join us On Site for a socially distanced gathering at church.
This month we are combining FAITH + WORKS and our annual Flower Communion! We can’t gather to plant our front beds with annual flowers this year, and Lori will honor the tradition during this service. Register at the event page for the Zoom link!
Join us to celebrate the 130th anniversary of First UU, springtime, and liberation in this confusing moment.
Please join us for FAITH+WORKS with Dr. Bob Fullilove via Zoom on Sunday, March 22nd at 4pm as we continue to practice social distancing.
Dr. Bob Fullilove will speak on the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI) and his 10 years of experience teaching college-level courses in three prisons that are part of BPI.
Accomplished musician, former member, and close friend of First UU, Ray Johnston will be our guest presenter for February’s FAITH + WORKS.