Speaker: Rev. David Schwartz

Wellspring Service

Experience our “early service” format at 10:00am this week as Rev. David leads this contemplative worship in the round, with a cappella congregational singing.

Flower Service

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of this annual beloved Unitarian service. Norbert Čapek, founder of the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia, saw the need to unite the diverse congregants of his church from varying Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish faiths. For this reason, in 1923, he honored the … read more.

Pleasure Activism

“If I can’t dance I don’t want to be in your revolution,” said Emma Goldman: changing the world need not be just work and drudgery. In the midst of the most difficult work of liberation, we answer trauma, guilt, and shame with joy, pleasure, and … read more.


In our liberal religious tradition, the invitation of Easter isn’t to some inevitable happiness ahead of us. It is instead the demanding, difficult, and deeply liberating invitation to face and weave together our grief and our celebration into the fabric of our full lives.


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Service of Lament

A spare, intimate service that faces plainly and without deflection the stark reality of suffering and the experience of hopelessness, ending in silence and darkness.

Which Parade Will You Join?

The status quo says what matters is what you do, where you come from, who you love, how healthy you are, how much you make. What matters is how old you are, how many letters follow your name, what color your skin is, what language … read more.

Spring Equinox Gathering

Celebrate spring with this all ages Sunday-evening earth-centered service. We’ll gather and welcome seven goddesses, and plant eggs in the earth as a symbol of spring. Then we’ll gather inside for snacks and decorating eggs to bring home.

The Center of Our Values

Our seven principles articulate our core values and virtues: a proposed eighth principle would add active work toward racial justice to that list. And an overhaul to the principles proposes a whole new way to think about it. What does that mean and why, practically, … read more.

Roe vs. Wade at 50

On what would have been the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s affirmation of the rights of women — turned on its head last spring — we grieve, and we consider the road ahead for reproductive justice, and challenges to the “inevitability” of progress.


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MLK Sunday

On this Sunday celebrating the life and work of Dr. King, we look at the ways racism is woven into the fabric of the nation — and the distance we’ve travelled and the work that still lies ahead.


Recording link: https://youtu.be/gLRSB4KT-sw

Active Hope

We are a people of hope, and often it’s an ordinary thing: woven into the fabric of daily living as an active practice, not just something that happens to us. We begin the new year letting go of the old, and actively hoping for the … read more.

Unboxing Day

A joyful and informal Christmas morning service. Come in pajamas, sip cocoa and coffee as we gather to unwrap (literally) this service of Christmas stories and carols, present by present.

One service at 10:00am only.