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When Imperfections Are Beautiful

People sometimes strive for perfection, even when we know that life cannot be perfect. This service suggests that there is joy and wisdom in finding the beauty in imperfections.

~ Reverend Paula Maierano

The Good News about Love.

On this Mother’s Day, come to service and delve into the power of unselfish love to heal ourselves as we transform humanity, and at the same time, learn about the research that supports what many of us know through experience about unselfish love.
Reverend Paula … read more.

The Upside of Shame

Our affective experiences are messages from our inner being. Even shame is a message, and it doesn’t need to be as painful as we sometimes experience it. Come join us in an exploration of paths to the Upside of Shame.

Pat Field

March 11, 2018

 

 

Theology Wars, Episode III, Humanism

This episode covers events, which took place decades, long, long ago in America in states far away. We Unitarian Universalists
are people of many beliefs and backgrounds, people with a religious background, people with none, people who believe in a God, people who don’t, and people who let the mystery be. Has it always been so? What effect did John Dietrich have?

Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the World

As we move into a new year faced with challenges, let’s be inspired by one amazing woman’s global work for social justice and her small acts of kindness close to home. “In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process … read more.

So, What’s Your Story

The stories we choose to tell about our lives make all the difference. We are a people of story. We become the stories we tell ourselves, and, often, they do not reflect the deeper truth of who we are. Join us to … read more.

Thank you, UUFN

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to grow up as a Unitarian Universalist in out fellowship? Daniel Jackoway spent the first 18 years of his life at UUFN. He shares stories of how it has shaped him, with gratitude in his heart.