On the night before Christmas, join us in celebrating the wonder of this holiday. We will sing beloved carols, share stories and hold a few quiet moments of candle light on this special night. This is an intergenerational service and ALL are welcome.
Speaker: Rev. Andrew Weber
Heraclitus is quoted as saying that no one can step into the same river twice. The same is true for our gatherings here. It is impossible to step into the same community twice, as each person brings change. What do you bring to this beloved … read more.
It is easy to say, “be yourself” but put into practice this can be difficult. What does it mean to “be myself?” or to “be oneself?” It gets tough when we start bumping into each other. How do we “be ourselves” when it feels that … read more.
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Communal worship is often a means of celebration, but can also include confession, seeking new ways of being, acknowledgment of strong feelings and witnessing to a … read more.
Have a good year! Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish High Holy Day celebrating the new year, begins tonight at sundown. Tradition holds that during the ten days following Rosh Hashanah the world hangs in a balance between good and bad. The balance period ends on Yom … read more.
Join in this Unitarian Universalist tradition of water communion to reconnect after the summer. All are invited to bring a small sample of water from a meaningful place visited in the past year (symbolic water is okay too!) This is an intergenerational event and all … read more.
Ministry isn’t just about Sunday morning, nor solely done by a “Rev.” In a continuation of getting to know our new part-time minister, Rev. Andrew will share his view on shared ministry and the role we all play in creating a loving, just and responsible … read more.