Monthly Archives: December 2013

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Bring-a-Friend Sunday!

Bring-a-Friend Sunday!

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Firelands (fomerly “of Erie County) will present “4th Principle: A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning,” on Sunday, Jan. 5th at 10:30 am. Service will be followed by a finger-food potluck brunch and mini-workshop led by Rev. Mary Grigolia.  We meet in the lower level of the 1st Congregational UCC at 431 Columbus Ave. , Sandusky. Park in the lot and enter through the rear glass doors. Take elevator down. Handicapped-accessible We are a liberal religion that embraces diversity.

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No Service Sunday, Dec. 29

Reminder: There is no service this Sunday. If you’d like to attend an online service, check out the Church of the Larger Fellowship’s Worship, Sundays at 8PM and Mondays at 9AM and 1:30PM Eastern Time. 

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Holiday Service and Potluck

Holiday Service and Potluck

This Sunday:
Join the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Firelands (fomerly “of Erie County”) this Sunday, Dec. 22nd at Sandusky Sailing Club. Service will begin at 5:30pm, followed by a potluck at 6:00. Bring a dish to share. (musical instruments and games are encouraged, too)! We are a liberal religion that embraces diversity.

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Sunday, Dec. 15: Rob Smith Speaks

A regular speaker at our services.

A regular speaker at our services.

Join the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Firelands (fomerly “of Erie County”) this Sunday, Dec. 15th, at 10:30 AM.  Rob Smith will be presenting.  We meet in the lower level of the 1st Congregational UCC at 431 Columbus Ave. , Sandusky. Park in the lot and enter through the rear glass doors. Take elevator down. Handicapped-accessible  We are a liberal religion that embraces diversity.

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Sunday, Dec. 8th

Sunday, Dec. 8th

“So, what do you do with a degree in History and Philosophy? Move to Palestine and help in the struggle for peace, justice, truth and beauty, duh!” –Jonathan Brenneman

Jonathan Brenneman is a volunteer for Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT), a faith-based organization that supports peacemaking in conflict areas. CPT has worked in Hebron for nineteen years, where their main activity is acting as human shields by walking children to school to protect them from settlers’ attacks.