Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lower Bucks
Community, Spiritual Growth, Service, & Social Justice
Thank you for a great year!
We enjoyed wonderful speakers at our Sunday services, food for thought and connection.
We return to in-person services on September 10
For inspiring, insightful services, join us in person at
The Pen Ryn School
235 S. Olds Blvd., Fairless Hills, PA 19030
Or on Zoom by clicking below
JUNE JULY & AUGUST
SPLIT PLATE OFFERING
Our Split Plate donations continue through the summer with 100% of donations going directly to our chosen cause.
We think it is important to give back to the community.
Each month our "WeCare" team chooses a worthy cause to receive half of our offerings - we split the plate!
Bucks County Opportunity Council
The mission of the Bucks County Opportunity Council (BCOC) is to reduce poverty and partner with our community to promote self-sufficiency. BCOC is the lead anti-poverty, 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. As the designated Community Action agency for the county, it is part of a national network of over 1,000 agencies established in 1965 as part of Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty.
We are dedicated to ending poverty by connecting people with the resources they need to thrive.
To donate to help those in need, click here!
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about our Touchstone theme which gives our Sunday services a guiding foundation.
This year's overarching theme is
The challenges of the last five years have left many of us numb, depleted, and dispirited, but, regeneration can give birth to hope, nurture the spirit, renew compassion, cultivate wisdom, and return us to life stronger and more committed to the pursuit of justice.
June's theme is
Ritual draws on our first source. It expresses the origin of ritual as a “direct experience of transcending mystery and wonder” and the goal of ritual as “a renewal of the spirit and an openness to the forces which create and uphold life.” Importantly, our sixth source, drawing on the wisdom of indigenous peoples, invites us to “celebrate the sacred circle of life and …live in harmony with the rhythms of nature.” Our most distinctive rituals, lighting the chalice, Water Communion, and Flower Communion, draw on these two sources.
See below for 2023-2024 themes
Take a look!
Click the video below to see a recent service and be sure to check out our YouTube channel for a full playlist of all Zoom recorded services at this link: