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Dear Ones, This past Sunday we held a memorial service for a dear member who took her own life. This coming Saturday we will celebrate the life of a founding member who died after a long period in hospice care. These are difficult times for our Fellowship. You may have heard of the UU Trauma Response […]

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Dear Ones, If you were here for our service on February 3rd, which introduced and celebrated the Pagan festival of Imbolc; you probably took home a packet of seeds. Tom and I planted ours – and my radishes have sprouted above ground! We’ve planted a couple of small trees since buying our house, but we […]

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Dear Ones, Have you ever had just the right person, just the right job, or just the right words come to you at just the right time? This experience of synchronicity, when things just seem to come together and “click” has only happened in a major way to me a few times in my life. […]

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Dear Ones, As we leave our January theme of Possibility for the February theme of Trust, I’ve been reflecting on how these can be linked. We all see multiple possibilities in life – how do we know which way to go? Anne Lamott once wrote about her minister preaching on trusting in the Divine that […]

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Dear Ones, I was glad to walk with the UUFB contingent – 20 strong! – at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day parade on Monday, Jan. 21st. It was a chilly day, but our hearts and spirits were warm. As we see so many attempts to roll back civil rights gains for people of color, […]

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Dear Ones, REMINDER: The first Community Office Hours will be TODAY, Thursday, Jan. 17th, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at Common Ground. I’m looking forward to it! Last Sunday our Social and Environmental Justice Committee showed up to service with signs to remind us all of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day parade on […]

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Dear Ones, It was a pleasure to be able to participate in UUFB’s annual Peace Vigil at Cannon Park on Jan. 1st. Co-led by Chris Raskind and Ben Sellers, we shared readings, sang songs, and offered intentions for a peaceful New Year. This is a lovely and meaningful tradition! Now I’m glad to be back […]