For many years our congregation has supported the “Guest at Your Table” project of the UU Service Committee. We will be doing so again this year. This service will give us an opportunity to learn about all the great work that the organization does and … read more.
Speaker: Anne Rostosky
This year, the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, ends at sundown on September 17. This is followed by 10 days of atonement culminating in Yom Kippur. Sherry Milke will talk about Rosh Hashanah and the history and meaning of the Jewish High Holy Days.
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Originally facilitated and led by guest speakers Eduardo Porro and Patricia Carlson, this service will provide both information and an experience of the Oneness Blessing Meditation that we established here at the Fellowship before the pandemic.
For those of you that are not familiar with Deeksha, … read more.
Doctor Who is a popular British TV program that has been on the air since 1963. It has also become a cult phenomenon in the US. The character Dr. Who represents the contemporary hero who defeats evil without using violence. His only weapons are his … read more.
You may wonder where the impulse to love and care for other people to whom we are unrelated originates. We will learn the answers and find out the current status in the world of those feelings. Research shows that altruism is everywhere!
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December’s Soul Matters theme is “Wonder”. We will be exploring the places where Wonder and Mysticism intersect. That may be nature, and it may be personal experiences. All the world’s great religions have some element of mysticism. And yet the Transcendentalists rejected organized religion. We … read more.
Kurt Vonnegut was a counterculture hero, and one of the most influential writers and novelists of the 20th century. He is best known for writing “Slaughterhouse Five”, Cat’s Cradle”, and “Breakfast of Champions”. His works are a blend of science, satire, and black comedy.
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“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.” Writer Elizabeth Barrett Browning dedicated this iconic poem to her husband Robert Browning, but her famous sonnet could just as easily declare love for poetry itself. We can all do that on World Poetry Day … read more.
Let’s honor this President’s Day by learning about a fellow Unitarian, Millard Fillmore. He was our nation’s 13th president and the first University of Buffalo chancellor. Harry Truman dismissed him as “the do-nothing president.” And yet, his honesty and integrity remain unchallenged—qualities lacking in some … read more.