Speaker: Linda Weaver

Mother’s Day 2022: Celebrating our Mothers

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Mother's Day 2022: Celebrating our Mothers
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Mother’s Day is the most heavily attended Sunday in North American churches, outside of the Christmas and Easter seasons! In Unitarian Universalist congregations, the day has increasingly taken on a sense of being a day to mark the contributions of all women. This service will … read more.

Congresswoman Madeleine Dean

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Congresswoman Madeleine Dean
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Congresswoman Dean represents Pennsylvania’s 4th Congressional District in Washington, DC. After serving 6 ½ years as a State Representative in Harrisburg, Madeleine’s concern for equality — and a broader desire to expand her public service — eventually inspired her run for Congress. In 2018, Pennsylvania … read more.

And Still She Persisted

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
And Still She Persisted
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To celebrate Women’s History Month, we are so proud to have Sen. Muth speak to our congregation about the advances women have made throughout history, as well as the work that still needs to be done to close the gender equality gap.  Senator Katie Muth … read more.

Pet Blessing

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THIS WILL BE AN ON-LINE SERVICE ONLY. THERE WILL BE NO IN-PERSON SERVICE THIS WEEK.

It’s that wonderful time of the year when we have the opportunity to share and … read more.

Pet Blessing

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Pet Blessing
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Join us for an interactive celebration of our pets and the joy they bring to our lives. Many churches in the United States celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi on October 4 each year. The feast commemorates the life of St. Francis, who was … read more.

Reflections on Work

Love it or hate it, most of us have to, or had to, work for a living. Work and work experiences occupy, sometimes preoccupy, much of our time and energy, help define who we are, and greatly influence our sense of personal worth and fulfillment. On this Labor Day weekend, three of our members—one just starting out in the workforce, one mid-career, and one retired—will share their views of the work they’re doing and/or have done and the role work plays in their life and in their personal and spiritual development.