Reverend Ed Proulx
Reverend Ed Proulx serves the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Palm Beaches as our Interim Minister from 2020 through 2022.
He comes to us after a 25+ year career in pension services, working mostly for banks in CT, NY and most recently in SC. His married to Francine and has two college-aged daughters who both still reside in SC.
His call to ministry is to “walk with you as you experience the mysteries of being human.”
Really hearing someone goes beyond denotation. It even transcends connotation. It goes to emotion, context, humor and silence. Can we really hear what we’re saying?
On this day, a reflection and celebration of love, we look at the foundation upon which love is built: RESPECT.
Small group ministry…covenant circles…covenant groups…whatever you call them, they are integral to any religious community. We look into their importance – both for the community and for you.
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We love stasis. Its calming, its comfortable. Yet, when you think about it, its pretty unnatural. Why do see change – something we know is going to happen – as something to be avoided?
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We all know the role of religion in our personal experiences, but how does (or how should it) inform public life? We all love the notion of a separation between church and state, but is that even possible, and do we even want that?
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With this week, we conclude our re-examination of our dear Principles with a look at the as of yet not existent and probably never will exist eight one. This one is a lot to bite off. Do we have the option to not bite? Can … read more.
Knowing where you want to go is the hard part. By comparison, getting there is the easy part. There will be obstacles (nothing worthwhile is without obstacles). Some, you need to go around. Some you need to go under. Some … read more.
Boxing Day is a tradition that originated in Europe in which people “switch places”. The vendor becomes the client, the boss becomes the worker and so on. We walk…if only for one day…in shoes not our own.
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