Sunday, Jan 14 – 10:00am Race Conscious? – Our national holiday celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King arrives after a year in which old attitudes about how conscious we should be of race are being challenged from all sides of the political spectrum. Rev. Wayne will examine the ideal that “race shouldn’t matter”. This Sunday we more »
Sunday, Jan 7 – 10:00am No Longer Forward or Behind – Our first service of the new year includes our Fire Ceremony, where you’re invited to symbolically burn all that you wish to let go of from the year past and look forward with a cleansed vision to the future. In response to this hope, more »
Sunday, Dec 31 – 10:00am The Gifts In Our Genes – An appreciation for the stories doubly-twisted into every cell of our being, and the odd and eclectic collection of saints and rogues who helped create the amazing miracle that is you. A service of music and readings with folksinger and songwriter, Andrew McKnight.
Sunday, Dec 24 – 7:00pm Christmas Eve Candlelight Service – We hear the ancient story of Jesus’ birth told in scripture, carols and contemporary readings. Rev. Wayne’s short sermon will reflect on the many different ways Jesus is born on Christmas Eve.
Sunday, Dec 24 – 10:00am Hope Born Anew – One Service at 10 AM: All ages reflect on the message of hope in the Christmas story as we retell it together through a holiday pageant and carols.
Sunday, Dec 17 – 9:30am and 11:15am Hoping in the Dark – The approaching winter solstice when the world is darkest is the best season of the year to explore the many different ways that hope helps us through times of spiritual darkness and uncertainty
Sunday, Dec 10 – 9:30am and 11:15am To Fish in the Sky – Henry David Thoreau, whose bicentennial we celebrate this year, used this phrase to describe his search for enlightenment. Rev. Wayne will connect Thoreau’s fishing to Buddha, Jack Kerouac, and you!
Sunday, Dec 3 – 9:30am and 11:15am Crossing Borders: Bridging the Political Divide – UU is a liberal religion. That does not mean only political liberals are welcome, or it shouldn’t. It is natural to feel comfortable being with people who think like us. But is that our mission? Do we have any responsibility to more »
Sunday, Nov 26 – 10:30am For All That is Our Life – Led by Rev. Betty Jo Middleton. In this time of Thanksgiving, before we rush into the most hectic season of the year, our speaker invites us to pause and reflect on all that gives meaning to our lives. The Reverend Betty Jo Middleton more »
Sunday, Nov 19 – 9:30am and 11:15am Uncommon Gratitude – In this Thanksgiving service with Bread Communion, Rev. Wayne’s sermon will explore the everyday occurrences we can experience as life-changing, informed by writings from novelist Brian Doyle.