December 8

“Real and Imagined Immigrants”
With UUFES Friend Amanda Harris
A reflection on the current immigration situation, considering our shared immigrant past, and the reality of our changed immigration system.

Amanda Harris is an immigration attorney specializing in removal defense and appeals. She has worked with immigrants from Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and South and Central America. Her work on appeals from across the country has taken place in immigration courts in Virginia, Maryland, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.

Coming Sundays

December 15

December 22, 10:00 am
“Celebrating the Light”
An observance of solstice rituals from ancient times: calling the directions, meditating in the dark, and welcoming the sun’s return.

December 22, 12:00 Noon
“When the Holidays Hurt”

Navigating the holiday season when we don’t feel up to it can feel challenging. Anyone looking for a respite from the merriness and a bit of comfort is invited to this special service of music and readings. Please tell your friends—all will be warmly welcomed.

December 24, Christmas Eve at 4 p.m.
“Peace on Earth”
This time of year means many things to many people. As the sun sets Christmas Eve, we light the Menorah and tell the ancient stories. Come with friends and neighbors. All ages and understandings welcome. We shall celebrate with story, song, and candlelight.

December 29
“Wisdom in the Hands”
Led by Margaret Rieser
What comes from the wintery pursuit of hunkering down and working with one’s hands?

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Eastern Slopes (UUFES) in Tamworth is a community known for its warm welcome, diverse beliefs and quest for justice. Come visit any Sunday at 10 a.m.