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May Newsletter Article

Sunday Services Schedule

May Ministry Theme: Pluralism

Service Schedule. On May 26 we move to a single service, resuming with two services after Labor Day. We broadcast the 11:00 or the single service in Zoom. Our Zoom login and call-in information is shared through the congregational eblasts on Wednesdays and Saturdays. To subscribe to the congregational eblast, please send a message to or contact Annie Gentile in the UUSE office to arrange another method of receiving relevant information.



May 5: “Lifted by Pluralism”

UUSE celebrates religious pluralism through an exchange of diverse ideas, where everyone has the rights, freedoms, and safety to worship or not, according to their conscience. This Sunday, Janice Knotts, Nancy Thompson and Ellen Williams will share how Christianity, Buddhism, and Paganism inform their spiritual practices and enrich their search for truth and meaning.

Coordinator(s): Gianna DiMaiolo


May 12: “Pluralism.”

Since the founding of the Unitarian Universalist Association in 1961, religious, theological and spiritual pluralism have been central to our identity—and had been increasingly central to the identities of the precursor American Unitarian Association and Universalist Church of America. How do we experience and navigate pluralism today? In our congregations? In the wider society?

Coordinator(s): Rev. Josh Pawelek


May 19: “Flower Communion.

All-Congregational Worship. Through wonderful music and our annual flower communion, we celebrate our beloved multigenerational community. Please bring a flower or flowers to share! We also revisit some important moments in 20th-century UU history.

Coordinator(s): Emmy Galbraith, Mary Bopp, Rev. Josh Pawelek.


May 26: “Aging—What’s Next?”

This is the second service we have had this year on aging. As we get older, we may find ourselves making decisions about numerous things including where we will live. Today we will hear from three members who have chosen different options.

Coordinator(s): Nancy Madar and David Klotz


June 2: “Free at Last!”

This morning, we welcome back the Free at Last Players, a community-based theater troop that educates audiences on mental illness and mental wellness.

Coordinator(s): Rev. Josh Pawelek


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