Rev. Paula Maiorano

What Worship Means to Us

Our UU members often ask some variation of this question, “Why do we call our Sunday service worship if professing the same belief in God is not the central uniting principle of our faith?” This service is by way of a response to what is … read more.

Realizing the Dream

The advances of the Civil Rights era of the sixties have not eradicated the racism that is a cancer eating the fabric of our society. This service explores how Barbara Love’s concept of a “liberatory consciousness” can help us realize the dream of Dr. Rev … read more.

Looking Back, Looking Forward

January approaches. It’s a month named for the Roman god Janus, who is depicted with two faces, one looking forward and one looking back. In service, we’ll form a circle and create a ritual honoring that from the past we wish to let go of, … read more.

The Radical Hospitality of the Season

Radical Hospitality is the opposite of “no room at the inn.” It is a concept, a spiritual practice, and a movement of inclusion which seems to come naturally during the holidays and needs be extended year around. During this service, we will celebrate it and … read more.

The Italian Art of Everyday Creativity

The Italians call it Arrangiarsi, the art of making something out of nothing or making something do. Come explore this Italian approach and consider how you are already incorporating it into your everyday creativity, or if it is something you want to develop.

How Does She Affirm This Claim?

Rev Paula Maiorano, UUFN’s new temporary Pastoral Care minister, ends each of her sermons with a quote and personal mantra from medieval mystic, Julian of Norwich, “All shall be well.  All manner of thing shall be well.”

On Sunday, the UUFN community will hear how Rev … read more.