2021 lies behind us. 2022 is the new now. More of the same? Big change? What difference does a year really make?
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.”
This time of year is a time for giving and receiving gifts. There is something deeply human about giving gifts and something deeply divine about receiving them. Let us together give thanks for the grace of gifts.
A traditional service of singing hymns. Prepare yourself for the season by singing along.
The peace of night surrounds us more today than at any other time of year. The stillness. The quiet. The darkness. The calm. What are the gods telling us by arranging for us to experience life this way?
Our history comes from our ancestors. They were Unitarian Christians. They were Universalist Christians. Go to King’s Chapel in Boston where they use the Episcopal hymnal and pray to Jesus.
We UU’s like to dodge the term “religion”. We call ourselves a “movement”. We call our theology a “philosophy”. We eschew anything clerical. Can we really change what we are just by changing the words we use?
We have gone through a lot in the past 18 months or so. Personally, as a congregation, in our local communities and in the wider world. We have each seen, done and witnessed some things that tire us, some things that frustrate us and some … read more.
Unitarian Universalism professes to be creedless faith. What exactly does that mean? We say we have no dogma. What exactly does that mean? Are either of these statements actually true? Should they be true?