Stone Soup Sunday

Join us for this popular annual event, which solicits contributions for the “Loaves and Fishes” Food Pantry and the Westmoreland County Food Bank. Remember to bring a (chopped and ready) vegetable for the soup pot, as well as your food and cash donations. While the soup cooks, enjoy our ESUUC Players’ presentation of Brenda Shiring’s … Continued

What Does It Mean to Be a People of Memory

UU Rev. Scott Tayler writes: “Memory invites us to maintain our grip on the past, but it also calls us to pay attention to the present. Memory’s question is not just ‘Do you remember?’ but ‘How do you want to be remembered?’” Delve into your memories as the soil that nourishes your roots, then explore … Continued

By Their Roots You Shall Know Them

James Luther Adams, arguably the greatest Unitarian Universalist theologian, was born on November 12, 1901. As we begin reflecting on the new monthly theme of Memory, I want to explore what this renowned social ethicist has to teach us today about the importance of historical memory in shaping our justice work. His was no armchair … Continued