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.

September 30 
“A Call to Selflessness”
Mark Bernstein
Vocation, as defined in this sermon, is the gift we bring not necessarily to ourselves, but to others. It is a call to selflessness and finds its expression in the service of others, especially the service of those in need. How do we apply this concept to help strengthen our congregations and our Unitarian Universalist faith, and help heal a troubled world?

Mark Bernstein is an Adjunct Staff Member of the Central East Region of the UUA and a member of the Board of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Membership Professionals (UUAMP). He also serves on the steering committee of the Accessibility and Inclusion Ministry (AIM), a joint program of the UUA and EqUUal Access
working to enable the full engagement of people with disabilities and their families in our congregations. Mark’s home congregation is the UU Church of Delaware County in Media, PA where he has been a member for over 25 years.

October 7
“Wild Geese” ~ Emily Quarles-Mowrer
I have always loved Mary Oliver's poem “Wild Geese.” Perhaps because I read that first line, “You do not have to be good,” as both a revelation and a relief. Where do we find our concepts of “being good”? Families, schools and communities all have behavioral norms to follow. What happens when our internal compass that points toward good is in conflict with the prevailing culture? Join us as we look at the ways that the language of our childhood impacts the way we move forward through our lives. 

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

October 14
“Reclaiming Sabbath” ~ Rev. Libby Smith
Spiritual formation relies on the development of some kind of spiritual practice. But in our fast-paced world, with its expectation that we be plugged in and ready to respond at a moment's notice, it can be hard to claim the time to go deeper and do that formative work. Remember when things slowed down for one day a week? Could we reclaim a sense of Sabbath time in our lives? 

The Rev. Libby Smith, M.Div., is delighted to come back to UUFLB where she had the honor of serving as minister from 2007 – 2013. Ordained in 1992, she also served congregations in Rockport, MA and Warrrington, PA, and spent five years as chaplain at the UU House retirement home in Philadelphia. Now retired from congregational service, she does occasional adjunct work for the Central East Region of the UUA and enjoys the chance to do pulpit supply and rites of passage on request. 

October 21
“We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” ~ Angela Konin, DRE
The pursuit of formation is an important and complex life-long process involving self-reflection and growth, courage and experimentation, as well as purpose and doubt. On this multi-generational community Sunday, we’ll pack our metaphorical back-packs with essential ingredients for navigating along life’s trails.

Angela Konin has been a UU for about 5 years, and is happy to be starting her second church year at UUFLB as Director of Religious Education.

October 28
“A UU Take on Faith & Miracles” ~ Dr. Melanie Davis
Language can trigger emotional responses related to a listener’s spiritual journey. Faith and miracles are two hot-button words that are relevant to the lives and beliefs of religious liberals. Anecdotes and science build appreciation of the constructs from a non-theist perspective. 

Dr. Melanie Davis is the Unitarian Universalist Association’s OWL Program Associate, overseeing the Our Whole Lives Lifespan Sexuality Education Program. She is co-president of the Sexuality and Aging Consortium at Widener University and is an adjunct professor at Moravian Theological Seminary. She is a certified sexuality educator doing professional development training for medical professionals and educators as well as consulting privately with teens and adults. She is a member of the UU Congregation of Somerset Hills.