Author Archives: Reverend Ed

In Memoriam: Marilynn Thomas (1942-2021)

We mourn together as a community as we pass along news of the death of Marilynn Thomas. Marilynn slipped out of this world, in her sleep on June 4, 2021 at her Bethesda, MD home after a valiant, uncomplaining, nearly five-year struggle with … read more.

Sanctuary Refresh Photos

Our small congregation has banded together and devoted so much of their time to bring so many talents and so much treasure forward in this project. Despite some long delays, unexpected twists and turns, things are moving along. We wanted to give you … read more.

Special Board Meeting

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The Board tabled its discussion regarding the Pandemic Building Use (aka “Re-Opening”) Policy to allow for each member to have a more thorough review. This policy ties directly to returning to a more full use of our campus and building. This meeting will … read more.

A SE Cluster Virtual Event

Cultivating Empathy; Inspiring Justice — Engaging with the UUA Commission on Institutional Change “Widening the Circle of Concern”

We will feature a speaker from the UUA Commission on Institutional Change as we “Widen the Circle of Concern”. The Commission was formed in 2017 to address problems … read more.

Thirty Days of Love

Thirty Days of Love is the UUA’s annual celebration that runs approximately from Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in January through Valentine’s Day in February. It is an opportunity to lift up the ways Unitarian Universalists and many of our partner organizations are building and … read more.

Memorial Garden Gets a Fresh, New Look!

With Sylvia Ansay organizing us,  her son picking up the plants and digging holes, our Sexton Willie Nelson digging holes, Ben Juhl correcting the irrigation and Suzanne Schluter up to her elbows in dirt, the garden is ready for the bench and the stepping stones, … read more.

In Memoriam: Marge Knox (1930-2020)

We mourn together as a community as we pass along news of the death of Marjorie “Marge” Knox, who was 90 when she passed away on Thanksgiving Day in Fernandina Beach, FL.

Marge was from Palm Beach Gardens, FL. and was staying with her … read more.