Finding a Way to Healthy Masculinity

with the Fellowship Men’s Group Youth Statements Aaron Thibodeau and Peter Sieck Reading Aikido Story, read by Doug Marsh Special Music My Old Man, original written by Steve Goodman, cover written and performed by Todd Kunstman Adult Statement Tom Pynenberg Vision of a New Man written and shared by Dave Gerlach This Father’s Day, join…

Perfectly Imperfect

with Kim Hartman, director of religious education, and the UU Identity ClassOur high school UU Identity class will lead us in worship to explore what it means to be a UU, and to create a perfectly imperfect community. As we near the end of our year of Healing & Wholeness, our youth will remind us…

“Why Was I Born?”: A Service of Questions

by Rev. Leah OngiriThis poignant title of the song popularized by Billie Holiday—and our special music for the morning—will set the stage for one of our traditional question sermons. Come with a question or few (about Unitarian Universalism, the world, or anything else), and Rev. Leah will spontaneously respond to as many as time allows….

Finding a Way

by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy Reading from from That Discomfort You’re Feeling is Grief  by Scott BerinatoThe worship staff at the Fellowship decided that this summer, in light of the current pandemic and safer at home orders, we will have a theme to guide us through the summer. This Sunday we’ll kick off the theme, “Finding…

Practicing Our 5th Principle

by Rev. Christina Leone-TracyUU the Vote is a nationwide effort to encourage Unitarian Universalist congregations to engage in the democratic process in a nonpartisan way. Our Justice Action Ministry (JAM) faciliators have named UU the vote as one of our two focus areas for the coming year. As we continue our work of healing and…

Healing Beyond Guilt

by Rev. Christina Leone-TracyReflection by Keira JettAs we focus on our theme of “Healing Communities and the World,” we consider what it means to create justice. Our Justice Action Ministry (JAM) facilitators chose two over-arching themes for all JAMs to work on in the coming year. One of them is dismantling white supremacy culture. Join…

Toilet Paper, Togetherness, and Healing

by Rev. Leah OngiriAt the Fellowship it’s our year of healing but there’s a global pandemic raging in the world. We’re scared to get close to each other but everyone is talking about how we’re all in it together. Toilet paper is suddenly a hot topic but the truth about its scarcity and abundance is…

Reclaiming Faith, Part II

by Rev. Jim Coakley We’re wrapping up our season of “Healing Religiously” this Sunday with the second of two sermons on Reclaiming Faith– These sermons are based on UU minister Daniel Kanter’s book “Faith for the Unbeliever.” Rev. Christina preached the first half on March 15. Jim Coakley will preach the second half this Sunday,…

Life Persists

by Rev. Christina Leone-TracyHave you ever seen a weed growing through the cracks in a sidewalk? It’s amazing how even in some of the hardest circumstances, life can still find a way to keep going. This Sunday we’ll share two ways our Fellowship community, even with all the uncertainty and tumult in our world, is…

Have You Seen the Rainbow?

by Rev. Christina Leone-TracyUU singer-songwriter Peter Mayer will be here for the big finish of our stewardship season! This Sunday we’ll go on the search for the pot of gold, but remember that even more important is noticing the rainbow itself. Don’t forget to turn in your pledge forms to be entered into the prize…