We’ll be cleaning up the stretch of Temple Hill Rd. between Allentown and Kirby tomorrow, Sat., May 17 starting at 1 PM. Please arrive early. Our coordinator, Esther, has the grabbers, vest, trash bags, and plastic gloves (sizes L & XL only) that PG County provided. The plan is to … Continue reading
Let’s give Rev. Amy Russell a fine welcome. She preaches this Sun. Her bio and contact information is here. Please pass on the word. Join us this Sunday! She is temporary, so we are still looking for a full-time minister to start in Aug. (contract with the opportunity to be … Continue reading
The Social Action Committee is working on our Green Sanctuary certification to help us all live by our UU Principles, The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all; and Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Recycling is just … Continue reading
The following Press Release outlines some of our upcoming programs around Racial Justice. Look for a new page on this site soon that will tie them all together. In addition, check out the upcoming Building Your Own Theology class. The class is free, but registration is requested. Check out the … Continue reading
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We received these items and more from the Ruai, Kenya UU congregation and will be selling it to benefit their community. They’ll be available after church (and maybe before) most Sundays in December (sponsored by Davies Social Action Committee). If you’re interested in purchasing any and won’t be able to … Continue reading
Nelson Mandela, was a practitioner of compassion, tolerance for human imperfections, the value of understanding others rater than judging, and universal humanity. The Rev. Peter Morales, president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), issued the following statement on the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela: “As we begin to grieve … Continue reading
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