Speaker: Jeana Mastrangeli

Making Us Appreciate Being Alive, At Least For A Little While-The Beatles

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Making Us Appreciate Being Alive, At Least For A Little While-The Beatles
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As we start the new year, it is a good time to focus on the gift of joy. Our minds have evolved to see negative things and to want to solve problems. We often forget things that bring us joy. Join us for a multi-member … read more.

Art and Being Human

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Art and Being Human
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Art is part of our essence as humans, it’s part of what defines us. We have been creating art for tens of thousands of years, even though doing so was sometimes very costly in terms of human life, valuable resources, and time. We have created … read more.

Let’s Take Another Look

The media continuously disseminates massive amounts of information: current events, analyses, opinions, statistics. This presents a challenge to accurately discern fact from fiction. When family, friends, neighbors espouse their beliefs and opinions that are external to our in-group, is it possible to step outside our … read more.

God Are You There?

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
God Are You There?
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Have you ever asked that question? Or are you certain the response would be, “yes”? Or would you rephrase the question with another term or concept (Spirit of Life, the Great Mystery, Transcendent Love)? Or do you find the question nonsense or irrelevant? In 1985, … read more.

Braiding Belief, Morality and Democracy

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Braiding Belief, Morality and Democracy
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The UU 5th Principle states, “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.” Inspiring and beautiful in theory; yet in practice, democracy is mired in conflict, beset by divisions, and inflamed by ardent animosity. … read more.

Making Women’s History Applicable

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Making Women's History Applicable
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The lives of women written in our history books are good stories, and their deeds and values can apply to the present. We will celebrate Women’s History month by focusing on women who have impacted and inspired the lives our congregational members.

Becoming the Beloved Community

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Becoming the Beloved Community
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We welcome Rev. Terri Ofori, once again, to speak this Sunday. The times she has spoken to TPUUF, her insights provoke thought and her messages awaken the soul. Her specific topic will be announced closer to the date.

Rev. Ofori is the College Chaplain and Director … read more.

This joy I have, the world did not give to me

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
This joy I have, the world did not give to me
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We welcome Dane Tilghman, a local artist who is hailed as one of the premier painters of the African American experience. He will describe his journey dotted with personal wisdom reaped from his experiences. He describes his art as “… a compilation of lives past … read more.

What It Means to be a Religious Liberal

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
What It Means to be a Religious Liberal
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Unitarian-Universalism is defined to be a liberal religion. What does that mean, and what distinguishes Unitarian-Universalism from other liberal religions?  Does religious liberalism overlap with political liberalism?  What challenges does a liberal religion present? We will explore these questions, investigate the differences or ambiguities to … read more.

Women’s Voices

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Women's Voices
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TPUUF Women will celebrate Women’s History Month with OurStory. We will share stories, inspirations, lessons learned, as well as artwork, poetry, music. All too often, being visible as a woman means being invisible as a human. Join us this Sunday morning as we make women’s … read more.