Rev. Dr. Pippin Whitaker reflects on the monthly theme.
Our hearts are breaking and stretching as we try to hold the pain near and far that is erupting from Hamas’ attack on Israeli civilians on October 7 that has now led to the Israeli-Hamas war with terrible loss of life in Gaza and Israel. Yet even this most recent unfolding tragedy is a brief part of a much longer story of struggle, violence, and loss among the Israeli and Palestinian peoples. There is no simple or one-right-way to tell this story.
For the past several months, the Worship Arts and Celebrations Team (WACT) has invested considerable time studying, discussing, and practicing material on radical inclusion and welcoming.
Communication at UUFA One-way communication through E-news blasts, the Calendar and the News page, including the Tapestry on the website. Multi-way communication through Realm Connect. You may access Realm from your computer browser or via the Realm Connect app here on your smart phone. One this page you’ll find short videos describing the areas where […]
Martha Lillian White, PhD, (“Mart” to family and friends), died in Pawleys Island, SC, on June 28, 2023, at the age of 74. She died at home in the comforting presence of her spouse Eileen “Beans” Kelly. Martha was born on a cold day, January 7, 1949, in Atlanta GA, the second of five children […]
Are you a movie lover? Do you like to go to a theater sometimes rather than watch in your living
room? Click through to see which movies UUFA Film Fans will go to in July!
Find Rev. Pippin’s monthly reflections column here.
All are welcome at this joyous occasion of the installation of UUFA’s fifth settled minister Sunday, April 16 during the 10:30 a.m. service.
*There’s NO livestream for this event.* All are invited to the Teach-In on Ukraine on Saturday, April 15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. as local experts share their knowledge about the history of this war-torn country and the consequences of the past year.
Vivian Sellers shares her feelings about belonging at UUFA.