Category Archives: Announcements

Our Whole Lives

The first Adult OWL session is coming up Next Tuesday, October 10, from 7 – 8:30 p.m. We will have a signup sheet between services on Sunday, or contact Lehni Lebert or Jeff Hinkley of you would like to attend. … Continue reading

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What’s better than TV?

No remote to look for and your dinner is included—no clean up! And entertainment and pizza for your kids. Get the whole package NOW! Live entertainment This Sunday is the last one for tickets or do it on-line NOW! See … Continue reading

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Looking for Treasures in the Sand?

This will be a sparkling evening of performances by belly dancers from throughout the Hampton Roads area. This buffet dinner-show promises to be magical Menu Early bird tickets are only $16 or $14 for groups of six or more. Hurry … Continue reading

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Don’t forget your t-shirt tomorrow!!!

Come to the green space tomorrow at 10:40 for our group photo. members AND friends!

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A really, really big Sunday. Sunday like you’ve never seen.

Just look at this Sunday!   This is Rev. Andrew’s last Sunday before he leaves on his sabbatical. All your questions answered.     Out with the old. In with the new. With so many new members and friends, it’s … Continue reading

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Happy New Year—Again!

In 1958 the UU Fellowship of the Peninsula met in someone’s home. In 1980 the UUFP completed the building of the current sanctuary following a devastating fire. In 1990 the Fellowship began an enduring relationship with a new agency: LINK. … Continue reading

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