Speaker: Rev. Joe Cherry

The Spirituality of Making

Some folks are mystified Makers. Makers are people who create things, things you could often purchase at a store that someone else has made, so why do we do it? Joanie Thompson and Rev. Joe present this service with the aid of Steve Treistman and … read more.

The Renewal of Hope

Spring is a time of the reawakening of the Earth. It is a time of renewal. What can be learned by studying the stories of the past? Join us this Sunday to explore and find out.

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90% of the Work

The Rev. Denis Letourneau Paul often says “90% of the work is preparation.” The end result of anything you experience is such a small chunk of the whole process of creation. This Sunday we look at the importance of the labor behind what is readily … read more.

In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

This Sunday we’ll conclude our series on vulnerability by looking at institutional as well as individual experiences. We hope to offer you a lot to chew on. We’ve been talking about individual experiences. What happens when we widen our lens?

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It’s Hard to Be Joyful

Joy seems like something that should be easy to obtain, to access, to live within, and yet most of us spend our lives trying to find the elusive trigger that could bring us into joy. Join us this Sunday as we ask questions and seek … read more.

What About When I Was Wrong?

Very few of us enjoy being wrong, and yet it has happened to all of us in big and small ways. This Sunday Rev. Joe will talk about being wrong and the importance of acknowledging our mistakes.

Ultra or Restorationist: Which Are You?

What do you know about the second “U”—you know, the “Universalist” part of our name? There’s a rich history to explore. Universalism holds some loving ideas, some lofty ideals, and plenty of conflict. This week we’ll finish off our month of looking at Love by … read more.

Skipping Stones Almost Landed

February is Black History Month and this Sunday Rev. Joe will take us through some of the history of our Universalist and Unitarian for-bearers and how they engaged in the questions of race. It’s not all good news.