Our annual multi-generational Thanksgiving service enacts the ritual of table-setting as a way to appreciate the abundance in our lives. Using words and music and the objects that embody our various family Thanksgiving traditions, we will tell the stories of our personal and communal experiences of abundance and gratitude. Would you like to help us […]
The “sermon topic of your choice” at the Auction last Spring was won by a youth who wanted to hear a sermon about our relationship to the lives of animals. In fulfilling that request, we are thrilled to welcome the Rev. Dr. LoraKim Joyner. She will speak to us about Albert Schweitzer, physician, theologian, musician, […]
What would it be like if our worship service centered entirely around the voices and the experiences of black Unitarian Universalists? What truths might we hear, however difficult? What might we learn? How might these black UU leaders teach us to be better allies, better siblings in faith, and even better citizens in our community? […]
Please join us for our Vespers series on Wednesday evening, October 4, from 6:30-7:00 pm in the church sanctuary. (Childcare will be available from 6:00-7:15 pm.) The services will be based on the Taizé style of worship, featuring candlelight, inspirational music, readings and meditation. Come to find peace, silence and fellowship. Amid all the noise […]
Still surprised to hear Rev. Roberta talking about sin? This is the second of three sermons on practices/assumptions of our faith that prevent us from growing into the hugely effective force for good that we could (and should) be in these troubled times. The series is based on Turning Points: Essays on a New Unitarian […]
Anna Hamilton, our congregational Envoy to the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office, looks at the global refugee crisis. Can we empathize with such an enormous problem? Can we respond with compassion?
Tom Andrews serves as Unitarian Universalist Service Committee President and CEO. Tom Andrews, a former Member of Congress from Maine and long-time activist, will talk about how religious communities may be key to major social change in the years ahead and what Unitarian Universalists in particular can do to make that so.
Rev. Roberta Finkelstein asks, “What do Jackie Robinson, Mahatma Gandhi, and women healers condemned as witches have in common?” All lived lives that bore out the truth of Mary Ann Radmacher’s assertion that, “Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, ‘I will try again tomorrow.’”
Please join us for our Vespers series on Wednesday evening, October 4, from 6:30-7:00 pm in the church sanctuary. (Childcare will be available from 6:00-7:15 pm.) The services will be based on the Taizé style of worship, featuring candlelight, inspirational music, readings and meditation. Come to find peace, silence and fellowship. Amid all the noise in […]
In this multi-generational service, Rev. Roberta, Scott Ward and Catherine Williamson explore the theme of courage. Using music and story, we invite all ages and stages to reflect on what it means to be brave, both as individuals and as a community.
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