Aids is still with us and while strides have been made it has not been eradicated. Progress has been made and it is no longer the death sentence it was. However, people with aids still need the kind of support the Philadelphia Aids Fund continues … read more.
Social justice is an important part of our ministry at Thomas Paine UU Fellowship. If you would like to participate, please attend our “jump start” meeting after the service on Sunday, September 17. If you are interested, and can’t make the meeting, please let me … read more.
Our TPUUF Writers Group held its first meeting of the 2022-2023 Church Year on Saturday, October 15. Three TPUUF members attended: Butch Larcinese, Karen McCann, and Jerry
Lazzaro. Butch L. shared threads of some of his online conversations with people who disparage Unitarian Universalism and/or … read more.
Since the beginning of July 2021, TPUUF has been without a minister. Several of our members stepped up to conduct services or contact and host guest ministers and speakers to fill our pulpit. On a few occasions, we shared services with other congregations. Our fantastic … read more.
Continuing our month honoring women who make a difference in our lives and the world around us, TPUUF is pleased to welcome Congresswoman Madeleine Dean to our Sunday service on Sunday, March 20th. Congresswoman Dean represents Pennsylvania’s 4th Congressional District in Washington, DC. After serving … read more.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we are so proud to have Sen. Muth speak to our congregation about the advances women have made throughout history, as well as the work that still needs to be done to close the gender equality gap. Never backing down … read more.
TPUUF Members and Friends
In September we adopted a Re-Opening Policy and implemented “hybrid” services where people could join Sunday services in person or continue to participate via Zoom. At the time, Montgomery County and Lower Providence Township (where our building is located) had a “Moderate” … read more.
Socks for the Season
The warm weather of late November is behind us as we get out warm winter clothing. There are among us, people who do not have even warm socks to cover their cold toes.
TPUUF’s collection of warm men’s, women’s and children’s socks will … read more.
On October 10th, TPUUF welcomed Adam Waterbear DePaul, Tribal Council member and Storykeeper of the Lenape Nation of PA. During his service, he talked about hoping to build on the service to create a connection between TPUUF and the Lenape Nation. On Wednesday, November 17th, … read more.
The TPUUF Book Club has a very special event on November 28th, immediately following our regular Sunday services (approximately 11:45AM). Award-winning author Lyndsay Faye, will join us via Zoom from New York City. She has written seven novels and her novel on Sherlock Holmes and … read more.