Category Archives: Standing on the Side of Love

Resist at every turn

It’s time for the next bus trip to Washington on April 29.  Organized by the Peoples Climate Movement, this march is your chance to stand up for our community and to make your voice heard. When leaders say that they … Continue reading

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Sunday Services (February 2017)

Services for February 2017 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula theme: Sharing What We Can Services include sermons preached by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard unless otherwise noted. February 5th: “We are Stronger Together” As Black History Month starts, we must … Continue reading

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The BIG day is tomorrow!

With so many friends and members taking the UUFP buses to Washington tomorrow, it gives you chills. This are followed by a sense of pride in their willingness to get up early, ride for three hours, and take the Metro, … Continue reading

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*Update* Washington bus trip December 21

Speakers for the Women’s March on Washington are starting to be announced. Feminist leader Gloria Steinem and Harry Belafonte are both serving as honorary co-chairs of the march. Celebrities including comedians Amy Schumer and Samantha Bee and actor Olivia Wilde … Continue reading

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Sunday Services (January 2017)

Services for January 2017 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula theme: We of All Ages Services include sermons preached by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard unless otherwise noted. January 1st: “That Was the Year That Was” By any measure, 2016 was … Continue reading

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Real men take the bus!

With twelve men paid up for the bus trip to Washington on January 21, this promises to be a fun trip for a serious cause. Only ten seats left to sell so hurry if you want to be a part … Continue reading

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Giving Tuesday on Sunday

So, here we are, racing toward Giving Tuesday. What a great opportunity to help the FoodBank feed our neighbors. And don’t forget the math! Your gift—combined with that of others—gives them to create four meals for every dollar you contribute! … Continue reading

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Just Acts: Facing the Challenges Ahead

Rebroadcast from UUA Congregational Advocacy and Witness While I woke up the day after the election feeling horrified by the results, I reminded myself that all the people’s movements that have grown over the past two years are still here and … Continue reading

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Open letter to the UUFP Policy Board

Posted for Lucy van Tine November 15, 2016 Dear Sandy and members of the board, I am looking forward to having our Black Lives Matter sign, our rainbow sign, and a sign in Spanish stating we are a welcoming to … Continue reading

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The inherent worth and dignity of every person

For some folks, the unimaginable happened yesterday and for a lot of other folks, their world is bright and shiny today. Unitarian Universalism has never been about winning the White House. It is an umbrella for everyone regardless of who … Continue reading

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