WE WILL HAVE SERVICES TODAY, but please only come in if you feel comfortable driving in snowy conditions.
There will be no morning worship. Join us for this family-focused Christmas Eve service at 4:30pm led by our Director of Children and Youth Faith Formation – Janen Wright. Singing, candlelight ritual and a reception after the service.
A more formal service (all ages welcome!) will be held at 7pm.
New Member Ceremony included in first service; “commissioning” RE teachers
Join us for our Annual Water Communion ceremony. Bring a jar or vial of water from a place that is meaningful to you. This will be an intergenerational service. Nursery care provided.
It is said that the opposite of joy is not sadness, but isolation and disconnection. And joy doesn’t just make us feel happy; it restores relationship. Join us to experience joy! Please bring a flower for communion.
Podcast audio is not available for this service. Tune in next week!
Everyone is welcome to join us at 4:30 pm on Christmas Eve for this child-friendly family service, which will conclude with a candle-light ritual.
How do we help to heal the hurts of a broken world? We heal the world through the power of love, often in the form of kindness. As Unitarian Universalists we believe that there is salvation in this life. Join us in this Full Church Service to reflect on how acts of kindness, large and … Continued
The whole Universe goes around in circles. Seasons, weeks, years and even human life, rotate even as our planet circles the sun. This week we will gather as a church family to bless and celebrate the transitions of our members within the sacred circle of life.
In this full-church service, we hear from some of our most notable Unitarian Universalist ancestors (channeled by members of our own congregation) — like Rev. John Murray, Thomas Potter, Dorothea Dix, and Lucy Stone.