Special Workshop on Sat, Feb 17, 1 p.m. at UUCR Mark your calendars! The Green Sanctuary Committee is sponsoring an educational workshop, “Pollinator Meadows vs. Manicured Lawns,” on the benefits of wildflowers and meadows compared with those of standard lawns. Saturday Feb. 17, 2018 at UUCR, 1 p.m. Our speaker will be Andi Pupke, Education and Outreach Director, Chesapeake Wildlife Heritage. … Continued
MLK BREAKFAST– A CALL TO ACTION — GET INVOLVED — UNITE You are invited to join us for the annual Martin Luther King Breakfast on Monday, January 15, at the Rock Hall Fire Hall. Breakfast starts at 7 a.m. and the program follows, featuring guest speaker Sam Abed, Secretary of the State Department of Juvenile Services. … Continued
Join our new minister for a casual get together over lunch. Just bring your lunch and join the informal discussion. No RSVP necessary. All welcome. About Rev. Sue — please note that her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. Don’t forget the “2”!
Sun, Dec. 3, after service, please join us for a potluck lunch! Bring a dish to share, with maybe a little extra so that we will have plenty for visitors. . Sun, Dec 3, after service and lunch, the Membership Committee will hold Part 1 of a two-part “Orientation to UUCR — A Path to Membership.” The first … Continued
Fri, Dec 15, 4:30 p.m., Winter Solstice Service and Potluck Dinner at the bayside home of UUCR friend Anne Bricker. The Green Sanctuary Committee is sponsoring this event. Please bring a dish to share and any liquid refreshment that you would like. There will be a short ceremony outdoors (we hope) at sundown, which occurs about 4:43 p.m.; … Continued
A great naturalist writer once observed a spider spinning a web on a warm street light, in defiance of the winter cold, leading him to the conclusion: “In the days of the frost seek a minor sun.” But when is it important to hold onto that glowing orb of hope and when is it time … Continued
Join the Unitarian Universalists of the Chester River for a traditional evening of carols and story. We’ll take time to pause and sense the moment “just before” and the wonder of new life.
Our Universalist ancestors held that love was an unlimited resource and felt called to offer unconditional love. Rev. Gordon McKeenan describes, “Universalists believe that all of us are going to end up together in heaven, so we might as well learn how to get along with each other now.” At this service Rev. Sue Browning … Continued
Rebecca Solnit writes of a future that is unknown, dark, with an enveloping sense of possibility and com- munion. Martin Luther King Jr. considered “agape,” or love in action, as going to any length to restore community and heal that which divides us. Rosemary will share ideas of what building intentional community means to her, … Continued