Where Reason and Spirituality Meet
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at Easton is a creed-free congregation of open-minded individuals and families who believe in the worth and dignity of every person and the interdependence of all existence.
Service starts at 10 AM Sundays, generally runs about an hour and is followed by coffee, snacks and conversation.
We are located on Route 50 (Ocean Gateway) in Easton, across from the Easton High School athletic fields.
Please feel welcome to visit us whether you are passing through the Eastern Shore, moving to the area or have lived here all your life. We are a supportive group of diverse individuals who share a common need for a caring community and a place in which we may freely and openly explore our spirituality and share our humanity.
Unitarian Universalism promotes a free and responsible search for truth and meaning and its members are unified by our shared search for spiritual growth.Our principles include:
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May 31st People who have Changed Our lives for the BetterJanet Pfeffer and others from the congregation will share how mentors, friends and loved ones have shaped their lives and faith.
June 7 - PerspectivesThe service will be facilitated by Liz Hausburg. It is an intergenerational service called “Perspectives”. The kids will perform a short skit, we will have a bridging ceremony for our 8th graders, and thank those volunteers who gave their time in our religious education classrooms.
June 14 - Music SundayA service where the congregation and our UUFE choir celebrate music in our lives and in our hearts. The choir is preparing choral pieces from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods of music. The word “Alleluia” was first used in choral song during the 4th century. With respect to that, we will perform Randall Thompson’s “Alleluia” from the 20th century. The sermon, “Our Heart’s Own Song”, will be given by Music Director, Maureen Curtin.
June 21 - Light of the ShoreThe summer solstice will be celebrated during the service. We will explore nature religions and the connection they have to Unitarian Universalism and other religions. There will be special music and the room will be decorated by Shalagh Hogan. The service will be led by Debbie Simpers. Our special outreach collection will be taken on June 21 and will benefit the Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center.
June 28 - Americans with DisabilitiesIt is the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In honor of this, the Hugh Gregory Gallagher Theatre will offer some vignettes in place of the sermon during the service. This is the second time this group has brought us thought-provoking performances on the lives of those with disabilities.
Rev. Sue Browning
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