Posts from May 2015

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Religious Education Matters – June 2015

by UUFH

RE Celebration – May 31 We will be marking the end of our class year with a special RE Celebration on May 31st during RE time. Join us for some fun, food and milestones! Recognition Sunday – June 7 This is the Sunday when we recognize all the wonderful things our teachers and Religious Education Committee have […]

The President’s Message: The Wisdom of Lao Tzu

by UUFH

Throughout the first 45 years of my life, my “world view” was European. My understanding of history, culture, politics, and religion derived primarily from Great Britain, France, and Germany. This changed in the late 1980s when a “street poet” researcher at the Marquette University Archives introduced me to the teachings of Lao Tzu. This introduction marked an important […]

A Natural Bridge – May 2015

by UUFH

The worship theme for May is Tradition: What Does It Mean To be a People of Tradition? May has a lot of traditional days and events; Mothers Day, Memorial Day, Graduation days, Beltane, Buddha’s birthday, and lest we forget, the annual meeting of UUFH. But on first reflection, thinking about tradition takes me back, or ahead, to fall […]

Religious Education Matters – May 2015

by UUFH

May brings Mother’s Day and the end of our RE class year. Mother’s Day is a day that we celebrate more than just moms: we celebrate our relationships and our families. Families of all types and sizes. On that Sunday morning we will honor not only those among us who have given birth but everyone who ever had […]