Category: Congregational News
From USG’s Adult Spiritual Development Committee
In the midst of this terrible pandemic, our thoughts and prayers always go first to each other and those we love and then beyond, especially those who have been affected physically, financially, emotionally, and in so many other ways.
We are … read more.
Rev. Kent sent a version of this letter to the editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer on Wednesday morning following the first presidential debate of Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020. To date (October 1), it has not been published, but Kent wants to share it with … read more.
USG’s Labyrinth Area
October 1, 2020
Dear USG Family,
With lots of patience and care, our entire church community has stayed physically apart in order to keep each other safe. And we dearly miss getting together in person, eye-to-eye and voice-to-voice. However, at this time we can offer … read more.
I can’t believe how quickly this church year has passed, and
how soon my time as Board President is coming to an end. It’s truly been an
honor to serve this church community, and I am so grateful for the opportunity
to learn, to listen, to … read more.
Here are five things you should know about Voting in 2020 – Please share this information with your friends, family and neighbors:
Primary June 2: Pennsylvania’s primary has been postponed until June 2, 2020Vote By Mail: You may now VOTE BY MAIL in Pennsylvania. … read more.
Not experienced with ZOOM? No worries – it’s a piece of cake!
To Join a Zoom Meeting, click on the link sent to you after you express interest to the host.
For more information on ZOOM, these YouTube videos will walk you through how to install Zoom … read more.
About one year ago many of our congregants participated in a number of Difficult Conversations on the subject of White Privilege and White Supremacy. Time has passed, people have had conversations, things have happened. Now we would like to hear the stories of your experience … read more.