Recently, Rev. Jennie recalled the wisdom and caring we received from our Transitions Coach, the Joan Van Becelaere, when she visited us on March 8th. Rev. Jennie then found the recorded of that service in the Fellowship’s library. Rev. Joan counselled us that, though we … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Jennie Barrington
Processing grief is what Rev. Jennie is most frequently asked for help with. Often the loss was more than a year ago. Sometimes a loved-one has lost someone and the person requesting help wants to help them. This service will include some helpful things you … read more.
We sustain and expand our Fellowship’s programs and building, not just for ourselves, but for everyone who will need Unitarian Universalism in Wayne County in the years to come. This worship service will lift up the legacy we will leave for the generations that will … read more.
September 6th [Rev. Jennie and Jenni Papp, DRE]
We will bless animals via the pictures you have sent in advance, and the animals you hold up to your screens, or who leap between you and your cameras. What fun! We will say our annual blessing, … read more.
Please watch your emails, and the “Friday Announcements,” for details about how we will do our Water Communion ceremony virtually. And please begin to think about how you will share brief words about some water that is special to you. Send your … read more.
In happy anticipation of our upcoming Blessing of the Animals service (which we will hold, virtually, on Sunday, September 6th) this service will lift up the inspiring life and work of Henry Bergh. He was the Unitarian who founded the A.S.P.C.A.
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This service will be inspired by the life and work of the late great Civil Rights icon, Rep. John Lewis, who died on July 17, 2020.
Seventy-one years ago this week, a fire fighter named Wag Dodge had a moment of insight. It saved his life, and has sparked countless other insights since that time. This service is inspired by Noman Maclean’s book, “Young Men and Fire.” This morning, … read more.
June 21st “” [Rev. Jennie preaching] UU minister the Rev. Carl Scovel writes that, in order for a person to make sense of life within “the madness of civilization,” they need three things: Solitude, Simplicity, and Community. This service will explore things an … read more.
On August 5, 2010, 33 miners were trapped when their Chilean mine collapsed. They survived, and were all rescued over two months later. This service will lift up the insights and inspiration from the miners’ extraordinary story of a team’s endurance through extreme hardship.
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