Our Share the Plate partner for February is the Montgomery County Community College Food Pantry. The Stock Up for Success program was started in 2014 to address the growing issue of food insecurity among students.Your donations can help eliminate a student’s dilemma of having to … read more.
Our Share the Plate Partner for December is the Collegeville-Trappe Ministerium. The Ministerium is an ecumenical effort of the Collegeville area churches that maintains a fund to assist in the purchase of fuel oil for those lacking funds to keep their homes warm in winter, … read more.
Transgender Day Of Remembrance, Resistance, & Resilience with Candlelight Vigil
The 20th of November 2018 will mark day of the 19th Annual International Transgender Day of Remembrance and will be the 13th successive year we have observed the TDoR at TPUUF.
The Welcoming Congregation Team of the Social … read more.
Our Share-the-Plate partner for November 2018 is the Montgomery County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition known as MCAT.
MCAT was formed in 2011 to raise awareness and create a network of resources for survivors of trafficking and exploitation. MCAT’s mission is to educate people in Montgomery County on … read more.
Did you feel the nip in the air this morning? Fall is upon us and what better way to celebrate than our upcoming Chili and Chowder Cookoff on Saturday, October 20 beginning at 5:00 pm. This will be an evening of food, fun, and fellowship … read more.
Be Prepared and Plan to Survive!
The Pennsylvania State Police, Intelligence Division, Domestic Security section, is providing a 2-hour Active Shooter Presentation, free of charge at Thomas Paine Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at 7pm. The goal is to prepare individuals in the event that they are involved … read more.
Max Ochs to perform August 5 at the Thomas Paine Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Fingerstyle guitarist and folklorist Maxwell “Max” Ochs, with his life-partner Suzanne Ochs, will lead an upbeat worship service replete with music and poetry focusing on the importance of gratitude in and for our … read more.
Pictured at left is this year’s recipient Rev. Bryant Brown and presenters Anne Rostosky and Phil Manos. Rev. Brown was chosen this year because he embodies all of the characteristics of the award and because he undertook a journey within our little Welcoming Congregation to … read more.
The Pennsylvania Youth Congress advances freedom and justice for young LGBTQ Pennsylvanians through advocating for responsible public policy. As a youth-led organization, PYC represents citizens working toward safer schools and thriving communities across the commonwealth.
Here is an example of a recent court battle in which … read more.
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
What started as a small group of families gathered around a kitchen table in 1979 has blossomed … read more.