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
215-752-5689


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.


OCT 20 - Does Prayer Really Work? 
- Rabbi Eric B. Wisnia

Prayers don’t change things.  Prayers change people, and people change things.  Come here the perspective and wisdom of retired Rabbi Eric Wisnia.

Rabbi Eric B. Wisnia served Congregation Beth Chaim since 1977.  He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. and was raised in Levittown, Pennsylvania.  He graduated with a B.A. in Religious Thought from the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia and was ordained at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, Ohio, serving as Assistant Rabbi in Toledo, Ohio.  More recently, Rabbi Eric served on the Institutional Review Board for Medical Ethics of the Medical Center at Princeton. He was chairman of the Board of Directors of the Family Service Agency of Princeton and he serves on the Board of The National Brain Tumor Association.  He is past President of the New Jersey Association of Reform Rabbis and was awarded a Doctor of Divinity degree from Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion in 1999.  Active in many other ways, Rabbi Eric recently retired which allows him some time to share his wisdom with us.

OCT 27 - Sharing Our Stories of Citizenship 
- Angela Konin

What does it mean to be a good citizen? The defining feature of democracy is participation by citizens. Citizenship requires action and involves engagement in our communities and our government. Have you or a family member made an impact with a civic contribution? Do you have a story to share about benefiting your community? Let's learn and find inspiration from one another during this Community Sunday as we share our stories of civic contributions. Stories of military service, protests, efforts to get out the vote, neighborhood cleanups and so much more are welcome!

Angela Konin is glad to be in her third church year at UUFLB as Director of Religious Exploration. In addition to overseeing the RE program on Sunday mornings, Angela leads a multi-generational community service each month, coordinates the R.E. team, and puts together faith formation opportunities for the entire UUFLB community.  Additionally, Angela is participating in the Religious Educator Credentialing Program, a professional development track for UU educators which requires a significant commitment of time and congregational support.  Angela has been a UU for about 6 years and is a wonderful addition to our UUFLB family.