Universalist Herald article by Peggy Rawheiser

Stop by our church Library to read Peggy Rawheiser’s article, “My Universalist Family Tree,” in the current issue of Universalist Herald, on display among other periodicals. Peggy is a First U member and lifelong Universalist. Her book, A History of Universalism in North Carolina, is also in our Library, on...

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Books in our Library on Journeys

Explore this month’s theme of Journeys through wide-ranging books in our Library, including: “Walking the Bible: A Journey by Land Through the Five Books of Moses,” by Bruce Feiler (2001); and “Walking to Listen: 4,000 Miles Across America, One Story at a Time,” by Andrew Forsthoefel (2017), who was just...

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Book “Centering” now in our Library

In her sermon on February 3, Rev. Roberta encouraged everyone to read the UU book “Centering: Navigating Race, Authenticity, and Power in Ministry.” A copy is now available to borrow from our church Library. And stop by any Sunday morning to see other current titles as well. The Library is...

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Woman in Library

Our First U library Has Books to Borrow

Do you like to borrow books instead of buying them? Books in our First U library may be checked out for up to four weeks. Use our card catalog to search by author, title, or subject, or simply browse the shelves. A copy of Fred Muir’s “Turning Point: Essays on...

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