Services

Begin Again in Love

How do we move into the new year? A reflection on beginnings and endings.

Our Children’s Religious Education program is available during the service.

Christmas Eve

The Christmas Eve service is typically filled with meaning and significance for those who attend. Our evening service will include readings and music that are symbolic of this holiday season. We will join in singing familiar Christmas hymns. And we will contemplate the meaning of … read more.

Peace, Justice and the Wisdom to Know the Difference

Join us as Lay Presenter, Hilary Parker reads “Peace, Justice and the Wisdom to Know the Difference” by Susan Maginn, UU minister serving the Navy Chaplain Corps.

Our Children’s Religious Education program is available during the service.

Happy Holidays!

These two words are a common greeting this time of year. The holiday season is commonly understood to begin with Thanksgiving and end with New Year’s Day, with Christmas in between. But these are only a few of the holidays which are celebrated during this … read more.

Revisiting Salvation

Salvation is an important theme of the holiday season—a theme that doesn’t get talked about much in many UU congregations. The word “salvation” seems to have lost favor in our congregations today. We will consider salvation in light of three of the holidays of this … read more.

Festivals and Families

Thanksgiving Day 2018 is now past but the “holiday season” has just begun. The prominent holidays of this season, Thanksgiving and Christmas, each deserve to be called festivals. These holidays are often times of family gatherings. While festivals and family gatherings are often thought of … read more.

We Give Thanks

Our service this morning looks forward to the Thanksgiving holiday with the joy and complexity of a time for family. We’ll sing traditional hymns and reflect on the traditional story with a new twist.

Rev. Mary Wellemeyer is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister. Coming to ministry … read more.

Vote Your Values

The Fifth Principle of Unitarian Universalism calls us to “covenant to affirm and promote: …the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our
congregations and in society at large.” On Tuesday, Election Day, we will have the opportunity to put our … read more.