This Sunday

This I Believe: Five Members Share their Credo

Don Rogers, Ellie Dyer, Jack Bolerjack, Jolene Whitten and Joyce Peak, speaking.

all have a foundation upon which we build our religious philosophy. It is nestled deep in our soul rather than printed in any brochure and hungers to be shared. It comes from … read more.

Congregational Meeting – October 20, 2019

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Did You Know?

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History October 17
    by Frank Schulman on October 17, 2019 at 6:56 am

    1792 – Sir John Bowring was born in Exeter, England. He was a writer and linguist who worked as a merchant and public servant. He was also a close friend of the economist Jeremy Bentham. As a member of Parliament, he promoted free trade. He also sponsored legislation to provide equal rights to all religions. Bowring was an active Unitarian layman and foreign secretary to the British and Foreign Unitarian Association. Read more at: - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism.