In this interactive service, we will discuss how our work — in the workplace, in the home, in the community and at UUFN — informs our values; and how our values inform our work.
William Faulkner wrote, “The past is never dead; it’s not even past.” Gary Jackoway will speak about how the past affects our present and future, both individually, as a society and as a religion.
The Little Prince has been a beloved children’s story for seventy years, but it is much more than that: a love story, social commentary, a passion play.
We will explore this novella with words and images.
In this service, Gary Jackoway will talk about what it means to be human if free will does not exist, and also how he justifies his belief in free will.
The annual and very popular UUFN Christmas Pageant looks at the nativity story from the animals point of view. Stay for the All Fellowship Party afterward! Father Christmas RSVPed YES!
In this music-filled live Jazz service, we will explore when to go with the flow, and when to stand up against it.
Our vision statement says that we “create change and are thereby changed”.
In this sharing service, we will spend time with each other talking about our Social Justice activities and how they have impacted our lives.
Rev. David Pyle, from the UUA’s Congregational Staff Department and longtime Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark member Gary Jackoway, will talk about the different meanings of the phrase “Never Again”. This service is a sequel to Rev. Pyle’s powerful Memorial Day service.