On Sunday, May 6th, Thomas Paine Unitarian Universalist Fellowship celebrated our annual tribute to famed UU troubadour, Pete Seeger, in a service that included a very special Child Dedication and New Member recognition for our newest additions to the TPUUF family. This annual service, regularly … read more.
Our Share the Plate partner for April is the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy. The Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy is dedicated to serving the people and communities of the Perkiomen Watershed by conserving and protecting land and water resources through commitment to and leadership in environmental education, watershed … read more.
On March 11th Rev. Brown and the membership team’s Christine Perry and Phil Manos, along with the congregation members present acknowledged the membership anniversaries of several of our TP family. Pictured are David Drumm, Laura Walter, Becki Douglas, and Flo Shore who had five-year anniversaries … read more.
Reenactor Bob Branch brought mid-Nineteenth-Century African American educator, intellectual, and civil rights activist Octavius Valentine Catto to life during our worship service on February 25.
Branch’s spirited and insightful first-person narrative followed Catto’s career as an advocate for greater freedom and equality for African Americans and … read more.
At a multi-generational service on January 28, Harriet Tubman, reenacted by Millicent Sparks, helped TPUUF members, friends and guests prepare for Black History Month with a dramatic first-person narrative of her years in slavery and her heroic work as a conductor on the Underground Railroad. … read more.
Our UU friends and neighbors in Florida and the Caribbean—including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands—have experienced extraordinary devastation following Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Our March Share the Plate Partner has been selected and we invite you to contribute to the UUA Disaster Relief Fund … read more.
If you enjoy bowling, or just want to help support Team TPUUF in our bowling adventures, we are looking for additional members for the TPUUF Bowling Team in the Suburban Gay Bowling League. TPUUF has a long history of participation and success with our team … 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.
On Sunday, June 24th, the TPUUF Welcoming Congregation Team recognized Phil Manos as this year’s recipient of the Matthew Shepard Award.
The Matthew Shepard Award was envisioned and developed by the Welcoming Congregation Task Force, the forerunner of today’s Welcoming Congregation Team. It was created to … read more.