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
Quick Find Menu:
Oct 5th The Courage To Renew
Often renewal and regeneration begin with pruning and letting
go. Mythologist Joseph Campbell observes, “We must be willing to get
rid of the life we planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.
The old skin has to be shed before the new one can come.” What life
waits for you? Rev. Sue Browning opens our month of considering the
Oct 12th The Other Side of the Pond
This sermon questions the idea of our nation honoring Columbus and
ignoring the damage done to indigenous people by Columbus and other
later settlers. Some UU congregations and others have renamed the day,
“Indigenous Peoples Day.” Nancy Orr will lead the service.
Oct 19th Finding Hope in Headlines
Whether news comes to us through newspapers or cable stations,
through friends, or through late night comedy, it’s hard to escape stories
hoping to engage our fears. Is it possible to step back far enough to imagine
the possibilities for hope in the world? Can we influence the headlines?
Rev. Sue Browning explores how we might be a renewing force
in the world.
Outreach Collection Oct 19: Talbot Interfaith Shelter. Make checks
out to TIS. This contribution is tax deductible. See p. 5 of this month's
newsletter for details.
Oct 26th One Book, One Congregation: Lifecraft
Lifecraft: The Art of Meaning in the Everyday is a
joyous book on the art of finding meaning in daily
life. The late Forrest Church, former minister of All
Souls in New York City, challenges much of the
modern search for meaning and, indeed, the entire
thrust of modern technology. Copies are available
for signing out in the UUFE office.
Rev. Sue Browning
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Oct 1: Sprituality and Ethics?
Oct 15th: Atheist Spirituality
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