Rev. Claire Feingold Thoryn

Into the Wilderness

Rev. Claire preaches on this month’s worship theme, Wilderness. The wilderness is undomesticated, beyond our understanding. How do we navigate through the chaos? Plus: Special music from Amy and Simon Horsburgh

Anti-Racism Teach-in

Once again Follen will join with hundreds of UU congregations across America to answer the call from the “Black Lives of UU” to learn more about white supremacy and how we can resist it. After the service we will install our new Black Lives Matter banner. Read/Download the Call to Worship, Reading, and Sermon October … Continued

What’s in a Name?

What do you call God? What does God call you? This Sunday Rev. Claire explores the power of a name.

Mission Creep

Sometimes we just have to say no. We can’t do it all. How do we separate what we must do from what we can’t do? Where is the line between No and Yes? Rev. Claire will be preaching, and the No Name Choir will sing works by Woody Guthrie and Tom Petty.  


TWO SERVICES: 9:30 and 11:30. Rev. Claire takes on October’s Worship Theme: Fear. What scared you most when you were a kid? How about now? Read/Download Multigen “Fear” Reading and Homily

We Are Not Free (Part 1)

Rev. Claire celebrates Freedom, our worship theme for the month of April, along with Follen’s Senior Choir.  

Thanksgiving: Two Services

Our worship theme this month is Balance. Balance gets better with practice. What else do we get better at the more we practice it? Gratitude! Come this Thanksgiving Sunday for two fun-filled multi-generational services.

We Begin Again

The American story continues. A new chapter is being written. Join Rev. Claire this Sunday to reflect on the events of the past week, and to seek hope, healing, and courage in a divided world. Read/Download “We Begin Again”

The Narrow Place

On Sunday, we’ll hear our Youth Choir sing favorite pieces like “Baba Yetu,” and Rev. Claire will explore the worship theme of “Freedom” through the lens of Passover. The Hebrew name for Egypt is Mitzrayim, which means “a narrow place.” What narrow place do you need liberation from?  Personal Point by Nancy McCarthy The Youth Choir sings “Die Gedanken … Continued

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