2020 has been hard in a lot of ways, but now, as we come out of a very long election season, we have numbers that show us how divided was are as a country. What do our UU values tell us about staying in relation … read more.
When you are in the midst of something, you can’t always see beyond. This year for many of us, Thanksgiving will be shared in smaller groups, fewer friends and family gathered, and maybe eating turkey by yourself. So how do we re-imagine the Thanksgiving tradition … read more.
Now that it is mostly over…a bitter election process that never seemed to get here…or end. How do we even think about healing when our shoulders are still tensed up to our ears? Can I open my eyes yet? In these tender times, how do … read more.
Join us in a celebration of our furry, scaly, and feathered friends. This is an allergy-free virtual blessing of our pet companions.
Send pictures of your pet along with your pet’s name to Rev. Marian to include in the service. You may also show off … read more.
What does it mean to be a community of covenant instead of creed? What does that have to tell us about hospitality? (Yom Kippur & New Member Welcome)
Online Services are Sunday Mornings at 10AM
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This Sunday, March 15th, ONE SERVICE ONLY at 10am
Starting with Sunday, March 22, in-person Sunday services are suspended. Only in-person Sunday services are suspended, until the ban on public gatherings is lifted. … read more.
The Labyrinth is an ancient spiritual tool which mirrors the otten circuitous path of our lives. This morning, let’s explore the wisdom and the creative possibilities walking a labyrinth provides as we close out one year and welcome a new one.
A beautiful service centered on the 300th anniversary of the song “Joy to the World”. All are welcome. Hot cider follows the candlelight service.
From campfires to yule logs to sacred stories, humans have found ways to make the dark days brighter. Light not only brings heat for the body, it warms the soul. In this season of holiday, some lights invite deep reflection while others bring a sense … read more.