Author: Nancy Grenier

Religious Education

Religious Education activities at FUUSE are available for children of all ages. Click this link to register so that we can plan for you, and can get in touch with you!

Active Hope

Welcome! You just found your people! We are a group of social justice activists and advocates standing up and taking action to create positive change, big and small, in this new world. We are inspired by Joanna Macy’s book “Active Hope.”   What is next for you?? Several groups based on loose themes have been formed … Continue reading Active Hope

The Elm and the Children

The Elm and the Children You may have noticed last year that we planted a little Elm tree in the yard.  And you might have noticed that over the summer, it moved.  I wanted to tell you the story behind the wandering Elm because I think it tells us some important things about community. I … Continue reading The Elm and the Children

Papal Visit

The pope is wandering around the planet holding people’s faces in his hands, touching their forehands, cradling their cheeks for a moment treasuring them, blessing them. He met with the man 3rd in line to be leader of the free world. The man wept and resigned his contentious post, as if he had been waiting … Continue reading Papal Visit

Spring is here!

… and while most of the bulbs in my yard are still buried under snow things are popping up all over the place at FUUSE! What is happening: FUUSE members have enthusiastically embraced the Unitarian Universalist Association’s (UUA) invitation for the month preceding Earth Day to be honored as Climate Justice month.  It was easy … Continue reading Spring is here!

Soup and Talk

On March 8, the Social Justice Committee hosted a Soup and Talk on Unitarian Universalist values in the public square. Many members and friends shared their ways of presenting UU principles in commitment to justice.