Trust us, it’s gonna be a good service.
This is our annual “Adventure Day” fun and interactive worship service for all ages. All are welcome to come out and play!
Our choir recently sang a fable written by R.W. Emerson about a squirrel and a mountain comparing themselves to each other. The squirrel notes that for all of the mountain’s weight and magnificence, it cannot crack a nut. This might seem a trivial matter, except … read more.
Our church covenant calls on us to nurture ourselves and others. Thus do we begin to establish an atmosphere of trust.
This service is presented by our Committee to End the New Jim Crow, and music is provided by the Chalice Choir.
There will be an opportunity to speak with our guest speakers and other formerly incarcerated men and women following the service. All are invited to … read more.
MLK talked about making a way out of no way. We’ll talk about what that meant for him and what that might mean for us.
Music features mezzo-soprano Rachel Ann Girty.
After this service, all are invited to stay and enjoy some of MLK’s favorite foods at … read more.
Quick, think of a minister–now don’t think of an elephant! If you thought of both, what images came to mind? This will be a time to question unspoken assumptions, broaden horizons, and imagine new possibilities.
Music is provided by the Chalice Choir.
Unitarianism and Universalism flowered in a progressive, optimistic age. World events have tempered some of that optimism. Where are we now? Where do we go from here?
Day of the Dead Service
Our final service of the year 2018 is for worshipers of all ages.