UPCOMING SERVICES (all services start at 10 am)   

April 7             Abigail Carroll          Letters to St. Francis

April 14          Rev. Ed Lynn            How Can Cold Nights, Motorcycle Accidents and

Imaginary Cemetery Laments Lead to Wisdom?

April 21          Thomas Pistole        UU Easter—Oxymoron or Natural Progression

April 28          Larry Vogelman       Passover Seder

SERVICES at 10am Sundays

About Our Speakers

Abigail Carroll.  Abigail Carroll is a poet and the author of three books, Habitation of Wonder (2018), A Gathering of Larks: Letters to Saint Francis from a Modern-Day Pilgrim (2017), and Three Squares: The Invention of the American Meal (2013). She has taught history and writing at Boston University, where she earned her PhD in American Studies. A Durham native, Abigail currently lives in Vermont and serves as pastor of arts and spiritual formation at Church at the Well in Burlington.

Rev. Ed Lynn.  The Reverend Edwin Lynn is Minister Emeritus of the Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church in Danvers, MA, where he had served the congregation for 33 years. He is a recipient of a first place prize in the Unitarian Universalist Borden Sermon Awards, has served on the Borden Sermon Award jury, and for many years had been a member of the Billings Preaching Prize jury at the Harvard Divinity School. In 1986 Harvard University awarded him a Merrill Fellowship, after which he served there as both Denominational Counselor to Unitarian Universalist students and as a Visiting Lecturer for 22 years, which included teaching the course “Unitarian Universalist Polity and Practices.” In addition to his serving as a Unitarian Universalist minister for over 40 years, Reverend Lynn is also a registered architect. He is the author of the book Tired Dragons: Adapting Church Architecture to Changing Needs and has served as a lecturer and architectural consultant to over 70 Unitarian Universalist churches. His newest book, published in 2011, is Shore Lines: Life Lessons From The Sea, in which he creates a connection between the seaside environment and human experience through imagery and story. He is a graduate cum laude of the Syracuse University School of Architecture and received his MDiv from the Thomas Starr King School for the Ministry. Rev. Lynn and his wife, Marj, live in the coastal town of Ipswich, Massachusetts.

Thomas Pistole.  Thomas is Professor Emeritus of Microbiology, retiring from UNH after 45 years. He is also a Credentialed Religious Educator and was the first male to complete this UUA program. He directed the Religious Education/Exploration program at our Fellowship for 23 years. He has presented an Easter service at our Fellowship at least five previous times and is honored to do so again.

Larry Vogelman. Our own “Jewnatarian,” Larry has led us in a unique Passover seder for the last half dozen years. Larry is a civil rights lawyer committed to changing the world, one case at a time.


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Children at DUUF learning about water resource disparity


updated: 3/28/2019

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