Following the Jan.7 attacks that shattered the peace of our city of Paris, UUFP as a member of the European Unitarian Universalists joins our fellow UUs in declaring:In view of recent events in Paris and elsewhere in Europe, may we, European Unitarian Universalists, rededicate ourselves to living the Unitarian Universalist principles in our daily lives here in Europe. May we demonstrate these principles in our speech and our actions, including participating in activities that promote tolerance, peace and interfaith understanding.
We are an open-minded international spiritual community commited to:
- Upholding the inherent worth and dignity of every person
- Respect and acceptance for all beliefs: the humanist, the theist, the atheist, the agnostic…
- Freedom to question in the search for meaning and inspiration
We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events:
Join us for our next service on Sunday, March 15th at 10:30 am led by Rev. Susan Manker-Seale.
“Contemplations on a Cosmic God(dess)”
So much of our religious heritage ties gods and goddesses to Earth, to human stories and chosen peoples. As we begin to find planets around other stars, and turn over long-held beliefs, life in the universe beyond is becoming more of an accepted idea. Even now, a new(ish) theory says the universe may have begun in the dark rather than the light. How does a concept of a supreme being fit with our evolving scientific revelations?
Annually on 8 March - International Women’s Day - thousands of events are held throughout the world to inspire women and celebrate achievements. On March 15 our UUFP service will include the opportunity to remember & celebrate important women in each of our lives, during our time of Joys and Concerns and with a special reading.
Classes for children’s religious education held during the service and childcare available.
Chalice Theme nights are talks and discussions on a wide variety of topics, typically held on a weekday evening. Check back soon for information about our next event!