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
Rev. Sue Browning
Quick Find Menu:
Dec 1 Are We There Yet?
Part of the human experience is waiting. We anticipate times of joy; at others we wait in uncertainty. As we approach the shortest day of the year, Rev. Sue Browning will explore traditions in this season of expectation. During the service, we will light a menorah in celebration of Hanukah. The choir will sing.
Dec 8 A Language of Reverence
Our congregation may include humanists, theists, scientists, mystics, pagans, and agnostics. What words can UUs use to express our deepest quest for truth and meaning? We’ll explore this challenge, including thoughts from the recent book, Fluent in Faith, by UU Minister, Jeanne Nieuwejaar. Service leader: Nancy Orr
Dec 15 Our Many Unique Families
Families and other close relationships come in many forms. There is not one “norm,” and yet the media and catalogs leave little room for variation. Rev. Sue Browning will consider ways we might make room for the dynamics of our close connections, es-pecially during the Holiday season. The choir will sing.
Outreach Collection Dec. 15: Good Samaritan Fund. This contribution is not tax deductable.
Dec 22 Who Do You UUs Say That I Am?
In one of the Gospels, Jesus asks his disciples: “Who do you say that I am?” In today’s sermon, with Christmas right around the corner, lay leader Dwayne Eutsey asks, “Who do UUs say Jesus was, and is he still relevant to our denomination?”
Dec 29 Over the River and Through the Woods
We will talk about Lydia Maria Child, abolitionist, Native American and women’s advocate, author, and Unitarian. She wrote the song, “Over the River and Through the Woods,” which we will be singing. Service leader: Debbie Simpers