Speaker: Anne Rostosky
“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.” Writer Elizabeth Barrett Browning dedicated this iconic poem to her husband Robert Browning, but her famous sonnet could just as easily declare love for poetry itself. We can all do that on World Poetry Day … read more.
Let’s honor this President’s Day by learning about a fellow Unitarian, Millard Fillmore. He was our nation’s 13th president and the first University of Buffalo chancellor. Harry Truman dismissed him as “the do-nothing president.” And yet, his honesty and integrity remain unchallenged—qualities lacking in some … read more.
Join Fellowship members for a celebration of the Winter Solstice. We will welcome the return of the light through poetry, stories, and songs.
Reverend Terri Ofori has joined us previously. She is the College Chaplain and Director of Religious Life at Ursinus College. She has extensive background in serving a number of colleges and universities. She has also served as a pastor for several churches of several denominations. … read more.
In many UU congregations there is an uneasiness with members on the topic of Christianity. A lot of our members belonged to Christian denominations previously and were wounded by it. Let’s see if we can cultivate a new relationship with Christianity by examining the religion … read more.
Bonnie Neiman, Uniserve Representative for the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA), an affiliate of the National Education Association, will be our guest speaker. (She is also the sister of TPUUF member Anne Rostosky.) In her role with PSEA, Bonnie represents teachers, support staff, and even … read more.
The title for this multi-generational service comes from a musical, The Lorax, written in part by Dr. Seuss. We recognize on this Sunday that Unitarian Universalism is a path committed to ongoing personal and spiritual growth. Our Unitarian forebears were committed to what they called … read more.
n recognition of June as Pride Month, we’ll host Jenn and Cheryl Katon, former members of TPUUF now living in Boston, who will share their journey that spans 27 years of marriage. They spent much of their journey presenting as a straight couple with all … read more.
In line with the Fellowship’s current monthly Soul Matters theme of “Stories,” TPUUF friend Angelo (Butch) Larcinese has noticed that myths have been present in his life and in the lives of his mother and father. Mythologist and author Joseph Campbell has encouraged us to … read more.