Give Thanks

In our annual all-generations Thanksgiving Service, we will look back on the traditional story of the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag at the first Thanksgiving, and share corn bread, apple cider, and cranberry juice in thanksgiving for all that is our life.

Gratitude for the Stranger

Violence against immigrants, people of color, Muslims, transgender persons, Jewish persons, and many more are disturbingly on the rise in our nation. Is our Fellowship a place where the stranger is welcome, or one more place where strangers and visitors are feared, or looked at with suspicion? How can we better cultivate a spirit of … Continued

What Is Remembered Lives

Drawing from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced “Sow-en”), today we will remember our loved ones who have died. You are invited to bring a picture of someone you want to remember, or an object that reminds you of them, as we build a common altar of remembrance. There will also be an opportunity … Continued