Unitarian Universalist fellowships and congregations share commitments to human rights and care for the planet, but they often have unique local traditions. Our UU Fellowship, founded in 1975, has a several such traditions. Dr. Joyce Hickson, who is updating our Fellowship’s history, will explore those … read more.
Speaker: Joyce Hickson
What does it all mean? Fellowship members Michelle Midgette and Joyce Hickson have created a presentation that includes readings from a range of people, presented by Fellowship members, and opportunities to share your own thoughts.
The Fourth Principle of … read more.
Four speakers on the past four Sundays have talked about peace and how it begins with us. In this last service in May, those four will gather to present readings from some of the world’s great religions. We’ll also celebrate peace symbolically with water, flowers … read more.
In response to events in Ukraine, and around the world, our theme for May is “Let There Be Peace.” Dr. Joyce Hickson begins the series this Sunday with a talk about how peace begins within ourselves.
Join us this Sunday for the unveiling and dedication of a new pulpit at Grace Fellowship Hall. The service will be a celebration of the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism, which bind us together, and also a celebration of the special relationships we’ve built at … read more.
This Sunday, if you are so inclined, wear something international. Connie Ussery and Dr. Joyce Hickson will take us on a journey around with world.
During this Sunday’s service we’ll celebrate the Fourth of July. We’re proud of our country and of our Unitarian Universalist heritage. (After all, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were Unitarians.) Visitors are always welcome. And please stay after for burgers, hot dogs and lively conversation.
Fellowship members Joyce Hickson, Connie Ussery and Silver DeWitt will lead our Mother’s Day service.