We’ve had heroes and heroines, we’ve had ups and downs. Where we are in our story and what’s ahead isn’t just anybody’s guess. Our history is in our memories; we are making our history now while, willy nilly, we lay the foundation for our future. … read more.
Being a welcoming congregation demonstrates a commitment to being open and inclusive of all people, and especially those who identify as LGBTQIA+, right? But do you know why it is so critical for communities of faith to be radically inclusive and places of safety and … read more.
This service is designed to honor our long-term members on the topic of Heritage. We will give special mention to Edith Scully, founding member, plus others who have joined us “in the past century” who will be designated Legends. Several UU Members will also be … read more.
Braiding Sweetgrass led by Rev. Saramaria Allenby with members of the Book Club. Please join us as we read together and worship together from the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address adapted from the book Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants that we … read more.
How do we, as Unitarian Universalists, relate to the Bible and to Christian thought? Our theme for the month of October is “Heritage.” In today’s service, Jessica Mark Welch, a scientist and a long-time member of this congregation, will speak about her heritage as a liberal … read more.
Service Associate Rev. Saramaria Allenby. Rev. Marie will preside over an interactive form of worship that is appealing to many younger spiritual seekers. Today’s 30-50 year olds want to participate in the conversation rather than simply hear from someone giving a sermon. They want to share … read more.
“It is always too early before it is too late.” Judy and Jim will reintroduce the booklet Approaches at the End of Life, Practical Considerations. The new, augmented version will assist our loved ones and those we leave behind in fulfilling our wishes. They will … read more.
Rev. Bill Clark returns to our pulpit to explore the traditional UU service of the celebration of water, along with the theme of welcoming back a new church year.
To end the summer season, we will share a Congregational Breakfast at 10 AM instead of a traditional service. Bring something to share or just bring yourself and enjoy coffee, food and conversation.
“Pain exists only in resistance. Joy exists only in acceptance. Painful situations that you accept heartily become joyful. Joyful situations that you do not accept, become painful. There is no such thing as a bad experience. Bad experiences are simply the creations of your resistance … read more.