“What manner of man (woman) is the prophet?” Abraham Heschel asks in the opening pages of his book “The Prophets”. A person whose “life and soul are at stake in what he (she) says.” Starting with Jeremiah we will continue reflecting on our vision for … read more.
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UUFD has been my religious and intellectual home for more than 20 years. Plus, the people here are just so interesting!
I am a member of UUFD because I wish to be a part of fellowship of people who work to improve the lives we touch without asking us to subscribe to supernatural beliefs.
For 30 years I have been a member UUFD where we value respectful debate, spiritual renewal, commitment to the common good. My husband and I raised our children here and have developed many deep friendships that we cherish.
In addition to the good friends I have made here, being a member of UUFD connects me to the long and rich history of Unitarian Universalism on behalf of social justice.