Speaker: Rev. Jennie Barrington
In his classic short story, Leo Tolstoy asks, “What is the right time to begin? Who are the right people to listen to? And What is the most important work?” This sermon and service will explore those questions in light of the Noble Eightfold Path … read more.
Eighty-eight years ago today, the first Drive-In Movie Theater was opened, by Richard Hollingshead, Jr., in Camden, New Jersey. Garrison Keillor writes: “He dreamed of creating something that would bring a little fun to the tough daily life of the Depression era.” In keeping with … read more.
Now is the time when UUFWC is looking ahead toward starting its relationship with a new minister. This morning, Rev. Jennie will lift up some ways to begin a new relationship so that it is healthy and sustainable. This sermon is inspired by the book … read more.
This morning the Leadership Development Team and Rev. Jennie will lift up the many wonderful ways that UUFWCers have been leaders, especially during this past year of the pandemic.
Meeting ID: 861 9596 8315
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Earth Day will be April 22nd, and Naturalist John Muir’s birthday is April 21st. Was John Muir a pantheism, Buddhist, or Humanist? His theology didn’t fit under one label. But his advocacy for the preservation of our nation’s natural resources was a gift we still … read more.
On this Easter Sunday, Rev. Jennie will examine many imagines of Easter and “paradise,” especially from the book by the Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker and Rita Brock called, Saving Paradise – How Christianity Traded Love of This World for Crucifixion and Empire. We can reimagine … read more.
The march from Selma to Montgomery was from March 7 – 21 st , fifty-six year ago. And we are in the middle of the Season for Non-Violence. Rev. Jennie will look to John Lewis, and Mohandas Gandhi, for guidance as to how to practice … read more.
This morning marks one year since our first on-line worship service, due to the pandemic. We really thought that we would be back to in-person worship by now. Rev. Jennie will look to the poem, “The Desiderata,” and the life of its author, Max Ehrmann, … read more.
This service will lift up, in joyful and inspiring ways, UUFWCers’ experiences during the pandemic that have kept our hearts connected caringly to one another. And it will be fun! Count on a hilarious skit by our beloved “Stew Crew.
Meeting ID: 861 9596 8315
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