It was a glorious Sunday afternoon and a glorious Sunday Service. Rev. Greg Dubow led service and delivered a terrific sermon on Home and Homecoming, which included a re-examination of the story of “The Prodigal Son”. After service, twenty-two of us gathered in the Meeting … read more.
Month: September 2018
Some Background on the ICUU Proposal
John Eichrodt has long believed an At-large chapter of the ICUU would help to light individual UU candles in countries where we have not yet had an impact. He was encouraged at the ICUU meeting in Kathmandu to come forward … read more.
Message from Matt Gilsenan, Co-chair of the Fall 2018 retreat committee.
In the first draft of this update, I wrote that we had bookings for 93% of the 136 beds which Tony Zamparutti and I reserved when we visited the site last year as Co-chairs. Now … read more.
Three Basel fellowship leaders participated in a small but important interfaith event, just outside of Basel, earlier in September, along with members of various local faith communities, on the theme that religious communities have a responsibility for promoting peace and a healthy environment. The event … read more.
Changes to be presented at Extraordinary General Meeting at Cologne Retreat
One of our favorite EUU traditions is the moment at the Annual General Meeting when the Treasurer’s Report is projected onto the screen, and we all scratch our heads for five minutes before accepting a … read more.
EUU President Carolyn Burlingame-Goff
I am luckier than most when it comes to explaining my commitment to Unitarian Universalism in the workplace. In an English Department, many people know of the connection to Emerson and the Transcendentalists. Some even know about John Adams and the origins … read more.
Once again, we had a great service on August 12th with some regular members, some friends from the Wiesbaden UU Community and a couple of few comers as well. It was a great turnout for a Summer Sunday.
US Air Force Chaplain the Rev. Gregory Dubow
Well … read more.