Author: Elizabeth Bromley

Trust The Good Notes

In this summer of possibility, in this summer where we’re, maybe surprisingly, still in uncharted territory, I encourage you to “follow the good notes.” What resonates with you? What feels right in this moment? What are you holding onto that’s creating a suspension? What are you playing ahead and offering an anticipation of chords and moments to come? What sounds right at this time? Follow the good notes.

Worship & Picnic on Sunday July 25

You read that right! The church will host worship outside on July 25th at 10:30. Following the service, we will have a potluck brunch.

Join in at the Pavilion at the West Reading Playground located on 505 Sycamore Rd West Reading, Pa 19611. … read more.

Let It Out!

One of my favorite foods to eat is popcorn.  Popcorn from the microwave, popcorn from a stovetop, one of these days I’ll have popcorn from the movie theater again. 

Have you ever made popcorn on the stove before? Have you noticed how in the process of … read more.

Let it be a Dance…!

So I’m hoping that we can play together, that we can dance for a long time. I’d like to ask you to play with me as our hymn #311, written by Ric Masten asks “Let it be a dance we do, may I have this dance with you…”

What are you awakening?

We start this month of Becoming off with Easter and each year it is a blessing to hear our trumpeters resound this joyous holiday.  As I grew up in the Unitarian Universalist faith, I always knew the Easter Hymn with Unitarian Transcendentalist, Samuel Longfellow’s, words … read more.

Yes, Virginia, There is an Easter Bunny!

Good news, everybody! The Easter Bunny has just emailed me. He has asked me to pass along this message to all of you…

Hello UU Friend!

It’s me, the Easter Bunny. I know you’ve probably been wondering what I’ve been doing with myself this year, since it … read more.

Counting on Commitments

Commitment means that we act on what we value and hold important.

It’s easy to forget how we act sometimes. One way we can store our commitments is to name them. Name your commitments by drawing them or say them outloud, maybe share … read more.