Speaker: Jerry Lazzaro

SpiritUUality: Reflections and Dialogue

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
SpiritUUality: Reflections and Dialogue
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We don’t have to be religious to be spiritual.  In fact, in even greater numbers than ever before, Americans describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious.” Yet, religious beliefs, or lack of them, greatly influence what people consider “spiritual” experience and practice. Furthermore, because our … read more.

Blessed Be Fatherhood

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Blessed Be Fatherhood
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In keeping with this month’s Soul Matters theme “Celebrating Blessings,” on this Father’s Day 2022 let’s reflect on the blessings of fatherhood. Several members and friends of our Fellowship will share with us blessings they experience(d) as a father or father figure or share a … read more.

Learning to Walk

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Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Learning to Walk
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What kind of walk do you have? A tentative walk? A defiant walk? An aggressive walk? Or maybe a reluctant walk?  Mike Holliday returns to our pulpit this month to explore with us learning a new way to walk.

UU Troubadours Sunday: Nurturing Beauty, Nurturing Truth

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
UU Troubadours Sunday: Nurturing Beauty, Nurturing Truth
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You won’t want to miss this year’s tribute to UU troubadours–the singer/songwriters who make our Unitarian Universalist faith more accessible and inspire us to greater heights of spiritual awareness and compassionate activism. We’ll pay homage to Pete Seeger, who inspired us to establish years ago … read more.

A Non-Believer Easter Awakening

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
A Non-Believer Easter Awakening
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Belief in a deity or specific prophet is not necessary for belief in the power of life over death. The moral from Easter transcends the Christian faith from which the story comes. There is truth in the celebration that awakening and transformation is a possibility … read more.

‘Oh Lord, Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood’: The Life, Times and Legacy of Nina Simone

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
‘Oh Lord, Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood’: The Life, Times and Legacy of Nina Simone
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Black History is, like the history of any race, creed or country, the biography of individuals who helped shape that history in the minds of those who lived it. One such individual was pianist, singer-songwriter Nina Simone. A child prodigy, she aspired to a career … read more.

Love in the Face of Hate – When Peace Is Not Easy

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Love in the Face of Hate - When Peace Is Not Easy
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We all learned the simple ways to make peace, to smile, make friends, ask questions, listen, forgive. But how do we deal with people invested in creating a “lose-lose situation?” Are they just not on our radar? Do we choose to avoid them, rather than … read more.

It’s Only Impossible Until It’s Not

Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
Thomas Paine UU Fellowship
It's Only Impossible Until It's Not
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September’s Soul Matter theme is Embracing Possibility. In keeping with that theme, and with the spirit of the Jewish High Holy Days, we’ll explore possibilities for reconciliation and revitalization. This will be our second hybrid service, with limited seating in the Sanctuary for vaccinated, masked … read more.