Sunday Services

September through May
Our services are held at 10:30 AM at

Pen Ryn School
235 S. Olds Blvd
Fairless Hills, PA  19030

June through August
Services are held at 10:30 AM at the Fellowship Center located behind the United Artist Theater Oxford Valley at:

Penn's Square
404 Middletown Blvd., Suite 308
Langhorne, PA  19047

About Our Sunday Service
Reaching out to a new community is difficult, and we hope you find us welcoming, challenging, interesting, and perhaps even good fun. Your presence and participation would be a gift to us. As most UU churches are, we are a “Come-As-You-Are” congregation. We encourage you to wear what is comfortable: not only in clothing, but also in attitudes, questions, beliefs, traditions, and politics. In this intentionally inclusive congregation, you are welcome whatever your religious or non-religious background, race, cultural and sexual orientation. There are no special prayers, creeds or dogmas to memorize, and we do not use a Bible or scripture of any kind -- only a songbook. If this sounds good to you, then perhaps this is the congregation you’ve been looking for!

Inclement Weather Notice
Wondering if Sunday services are cancelled? Call our office (215-752-5689) after 9 a.m. on Sunday. If services are cancelled, you will hear a temporary "cancellation message" instead of our typical message.

Upcoming Services

Pen Ryn School, 10:30 a.m.
235 S. Olds Blvd, Fairless Hills, PA  19030

January 28
"Service & Justice" ~ Rich Kelly and the We Care Team
It is only fitting that our Community Sunday service involves an activity to promote social justice, given the monthly theme. Rich and the We Care team will be putting together an multi-generational activity that can make a difference in our larger community. Please attend and be part of the process!

Remember that each Community Sunday service is followed by a potluck lunch. Please bring a meal,
sandwiches, soup, snacks, drinks, etc to share with others and be in community. It’s always a treat.

Rich Kelly is our We Care team leader. Rich is passionate about compassionate caring for others. He’s been involved with many of our service activities, giving way more than expected. He was past president of the UU Board, and has served in many capacities. The We Care team invites all who are interested in giving to those in need to be involved in their activities or to join the team.

February 4
“What’s Love Got To Do With It?” ~ Gil Crisenbery
February’s theme is “Love”. Unitarian minister James Vila Blake wrote, “Love is the spirit of this church...” This emphasis on love is grounded in covenant, the promises that we make to stand on the side of love with each other and with the world.  In keeping with this theme, our very own Gil Crisenbery will be introducing this topic using various sources, including his own thoughts. Gil will be speaking about our higher selves and about the purpose of our lives with love in mind. You won’t want to miss this. 

Gil Crisenbery has been a Board of Trustees member, and has held several positions of leadership at UUFLB. He is currently involved with the Caring Committee and Worship Team. In his leisure, he hones his chess skills.

February 11
“Chimps on a Plane” ~ Emily Quarles-Mower
I once read an article where the author, who was on a plane full of grumpy humans, asked himself what the result would be had the plane been similarly packed with chimpanzees. Chaos does not seem to cover it adequately. The success of humans as a species seems to have been built on our capacity for cooperation — for loving our neighbors as ourselves. Join us as we explore how loving one another makes us stronger.”

Emily Quarles-Mowrer is the child of a UU minister, and has been preaching sermons of her own since 2006. She currently lives in Gilbertsville, PA with her husband, her two daughters, four cats and one very outnumbered dog. 

February 18
“The Myth of Narcissus” ~ Jim Harven
Narcissism takes its name from the story of Narcissus and Echo. In the culture of narcissism, the problem is not that we love ourselves too well, but that we do not love ourselves enough. Let’s explore this notion of self-love, and how we can better deal with it in these days of celebrity and materialism. 

Jim Harven is the current Worship Team leader. An engineer by training, he hopes to one day relinquish this title and be a farmer & musician. Jim lives with his wife, Nancy and the last of four cats. No dogs suffered.

February 25
“All You Need Is Love” ~ Karen Marquis and Friends
This Community Sunday's activity will revolve around creating actionable items that will enhance your love for others as well as yourself. Karen Marquis and friends will lead this inter-generational activity that we think you will thoroughly enjoy. Afterwards, we will continue the love — the love of food and fellowship — with our monthly potluck .

Karen Marquis earned her PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Mississippi and spent over 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry in drug discovery for psychiatric medications. Now in her second season of life, Karen is a personal stylist bringing joy to women through fashion, and continues serving individuals with mental illness by her volunteerism with the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Mercer County.