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5/28/17 Dr. Ruth Miller – Life After Life – experiences of love surviving death

This is Memorial Day weekend. It’s a time when Americans stop to remember those who have passed on from this life – in their families, and in the many wars this country has been part of. Our culture has a hard time with the idea of death and grief, partly because of our attachment to a materialist view that says “only what I can see and touch exists.” Yet most other cultures on the planet recognize death as simply the shedding of a body, and more and more evidence is surfacing that supports that idea. Rev Ruth Miller, who is working on a research project exploring the reality of communication with “discarnate beings,” will share some of the evidence suggesting that a loving relationship never really ends.

Ever since our first visit in the summer of 2010 we were made to feel welcome and needed as part of a loving active community. The dedication of the members to creating a vibrant lay-led expression of faith Read the full testimonial.

My late husband Bruce and I have been members since 2007, when we found our tribe with FUUF.

When my husband passed away in 2011, after taking treatments at an integrative cancer clinic for months in Seattle,  I returned home alone to Florence as a widow.   I will never forget the outpouring of love Read the full testimonial.

"I'm pleased and proud to be a part of the Florence UU Fellowship.  This is my spiritual home -- the place I come to be inspired and remain connected to long-time acquaintances and to meet new friends along the way.  This is where I seek to keep my soul alive.  Read the full testimonial.

In my spiritual quest I want loving, open minded,connected community support and acceptance  for my learning and sense of belonging.  I’ve found this Read the full testimonial.

With their warm welcome to me as a Florence newcomer, FUUF offered me the acceptance of my personal religious beliefs whatever they may be, new friends, the challenge Read the full testimonial.