Category Archives: Caring for One Another

Still standing!

The Fellowship began in 1958 when: The average cost of a new home was $12,750, the average rent as $92 and the average annual wage was $4,600. People were concerned that gas had risen to 25 cents per gallon and … Continue reading

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People Offering Resources Together

It’s about so much more then food When the homeless go to a PORT shelter they also get the opportunity to apply for a permanent place to call home as well as other services. Please open your wallet Sunday or … Continue reading

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Changing the world? Us? (part 2)

”Robbing Peter to pay Paul.” If things get a little tight, you may have to do this. Poor Peter. But churches shouldn’t have to do this, right? And yet, we seem to expect non-profits to live from paycheck to paycheck … Continue reading

Posted in Caring for One Another, Community Building, Standing on the Side of Love

Changing the world? Us? (part 1)

Yes! *When there’s a need to join our voices, we load up buses and head out! Whether it’s women’s health care under attack or the systemic racial injustice that affects our country, we are there. *When people are hungry, we … Continue reading

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Where do you turn?

Just when you think your heart can’t break anymore and things can’t get worse, they do. People we count on to make us laugh are just as devastated as we are. Leadership is more like a battlefield. Unlike before, no … Continue reading

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On a scale of 1-10

Imagine all the places where the American Red Cross will be needed this week. You can help.

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UUFP BLOOD DRIVE—SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10

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