Speaker: 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.”

Question Box

Our Father’s Day service this year will be a Question Box Sunday. This means that we welcome all generations to send in your questions in advance (minister@1stuupb.org) and our minister will answer them. If you prefer to remain anonymous, we have set up a form … read more.

Scrambling Up the Calendar

Our calendar is a mess! The holidays are all thrown in there based on when they happened, rather than their meanings. The organizer in me wants them to be in some reasonable order that can actually benefit us, so that’s what I’m going to do: … read more.

On Trust

Trusting others leaves us vulnerable. We give over a small bit of ourselves when we trust. So, why would anyone ever do it?

Mothers’ Day

Mothers’ Day. It’s one of the more complex holidays. Our relationships with our mothers’ cover a wide range, sometimes concurrently. And our feelings of being a mother cover the same, complex range. We will look into this range, celebrate, grieve, love, … read more.

May Day

Since 1889, International Workers’ Day , or “May Day” shares its date with the traditional annual celebration of first day of summer. The traditional holiday was chosen as the date for International Workers’ Day by socialists, communists, anarchists, labor activists, and other leftists, to commemorate … read more.

Easter Sunday

This year, Easter falls on the second day of Passover. We will look at Passover and what it means for the Jewish community.

Spiritual Practices

We hear about these spiritual practices. What is that all about? Why do so many of them sound so big. I’m not sure I’m ready for all of that.