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Our last service of the season was May 17, 2024

We will be back in the fall on September 8, 2024

Thank you for your attendance, support, and comradery throughout this past season. We enjoy a wonderful group of dedicated people at UUFLB and look forward to our 2024-2025 year!

Enjoy your summer!

Join us for service at

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

(Put The Pen Ryn School in your GPS)

Enter the back of the building, through the cafeteria to first door on your left.

There will be a friendly face to assist and we look forward to seeing you!

Or join us on Zoom by clicking below


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!




When a child starts school with a backpack full of the supplies they need, they can focus on what really matters – learning.

United Way’s Stuff the Bus is our community-wide school supply drive for children in need. When families are struggling to pay rent and put food on the table, school supplies are often out of reach. With your help, we can give students the tools – and confidence – that they need to excel in the classroom.

This year the focus is on getting enough backpacks for children to have in September. Checks and other monetary contribultions are also an immense help. The financial donations enable the United Way to get the best deals on educational supplies.


This year's overarching theme is

Reimagining the Common Good

This requires looking at society and ourselves because the common good is always in competition with individual needs and interests. The “letter” of the common good includes fundamental rights and freedoms but the "spirit" of the common good presupposes every person's inherent worth and dignity and seeks justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.

June's Theme is


If we are to reimagine the Common Good, then we must support the cultivation of humility. Its opposite, arrogance, is a recipe for selfishness and a race to the lowest common denominator and common good. In the West, humility has not been a virtue. In the East, it is central to Buddhism and Confucianism. In Buddhism, humility is implicit in the concept of right view and right intention. Confucian emphasis on modesty and respect for others are central humility. Philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre highlights humility as being crucial for moral development and living in community. Humility promotes collaboration, emphasizes integrity and accountability, counteracts selfishness and entitlement, and cultivates a culture of respect and inclusion. All of these are necessary to forge the Common Good with others.


See below for 2023-2024 themes

Packing Boxes



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:

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