Month: September 2022

Univoice Weekly

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is considered the most important holiday in Jewish faith. This day marks the peak of the 10 Days of Awe. Join us as we explore the lessons of Yom Kippur.

Our Whole Lives – Info and Interest Session

On Oct 9 from 12- 1 we’re having an info and interest session for Our Whole Lives that will focus on plans our community has for this year and future years.  We’re hoping you’ll attend.

mirror, mirror

nadine j. smet-weiss spiritual director have you looked in the mirror lately come  face to face with the truth of you marvelous miracle of being daring  to become your dream

In the Interim

by Rev. Amy October’s theme is Courage Growing up unchurched, I knew what spirituality felt like.  But the first time I felt like mine fit into an existing, established way of thinking or believing was when I studied Existentialism.  In the philosophy and practice of existentialism we learn that we are always in a state … Continue reading In the Interim

Univoice Weekly

Rev. Amy shares some pagan spirituality as we turn the star wheel toward Autumn and the Coming Winter. Mabon concentrates on the balance between light and dark at this time of year, leading us to the days of Samhain and the second harvest, when the earth becomes dark again. Let us celebrate the fading light together.

Save the Dates for some Halloween fun!

October 21st we will be holding a Spooky movie night at church.  Details to come in next few weeks October 29 Trunk Or Treat.  UUBerks will have a decorated car at the Antietam Pool’s trunk or treat.  Details on how to participate to come in the next few weeks

Contemplative Companions October 2022

Please note that our Contemplative Companions group will be gathering on Monday October 3rd at7:00pm via zoom. The focus in time together this month will be ‘How do we live in peace today?’ Forfurther information, including the zoom link, contact Nadine at or (484) 333-4015.

We’re On Our Way!

For hundreds of thousands of years singing and songs have been a tool to bolster our courage. Another way we can “have heart” when faced with a path that feels daunting is to use curiosity and a spirit of adventure! In September we sang a song written many years ago by children from Adelphi College’s … Continue reading We’re On Our Way!