Speaker: Rev. John Marsh

Martin Luther King Sunday

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.

How Perfect Can We Get?

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?

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

All are welcome to sing carols with the Chalice Choir and celebrate Christmas Eve by candlelight.

There are two services on Christmas Eve, one at 5:00 p.m. and another at 7:00 p.m. Between the services, we share a cookie reception in the Social Hall. If you … read more.

Dulce Domum (Sweet Home)

Ruelaine Stokes and Sally Potter will treat us to a dramatic reading of a chapter from Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows. Rev. John Marsh will reflect on home in fantasy literature, sentimental literature, and reality as he understands it. One thing is for … read more.

Wonderfully Dark

As the daylight lessens, we have more opportunities to explore the worlds inside of our homes and (going smaller still) our infinite imaginations. The philosopher Roger Scrutton refers to this as “effing the ineffable.” Our UU sources refer to it as the “transcending mystery and … read more.