It’s that beautiful time of year again in the Northern Hemisphere, when the June solstice – your signal to celebrate summer – is nearly upon us. On June 21, you might pause to notice the earliest dawn and latest sunset and your shortest noontime shadow … read more.
Spiritual Practice 101
This is the first of a two-part sermon that will take a look at “spirituality”. What is it and what isn’t it? What are some simple practices that might help me find more of it in my life? It also might be called … read more.
Spiritual Practice 102
We will review and build upon thoughts explored on June 10. Graduation from Spiritual Practice 101 is not a prerequisite to attendance at this sermon. All are welcome.
Thursday June 14, 2018 at 7:00 pm, This is the final chapter of our historical saga covering the merger of the Unitarian and Universalist denominations to the present. Among other things we will examine the factors that made the merger of the two quite different … read more.
Every year about this time you are faced anew with the annual stewardship drive. And, unless you are on some kind of robotic autopilot, you are called to consider how much you value being a part of this community—and how much sustaining it is worth … read more.
A hearty thank you! I was so gratified to see how well supported our Interfaith Alliance, Earth Day, work party at the IOOF cemetery was. According to my count approximately 80 volunteers from at least 7 different congregations, or unaffiliated, worked like beavers, accomplished 90% … read more.
If Not Now Tell Me When
As we begin our 2018 pledge drive make way for “The Sermon on the Amount.” We will explore what it means to be a transformative community where the gifts of each are nurtured and given for the good of all. … read more.
UU History in Depth, Part 5: “Evolution, 1861-1960”.
Thursday May 10, 2018 at 7:00 pm
This is the story of the continual interplay and conflict between advocates for new ideas (e.g., evolution science, the social gospel, humanism, anti-institutionalism, universal religion) and guardians of deeply held ideas, … read more.