Our annual Thanksgiving service is a multi-generational time for sharing in gratitude, as we offer our thanks for the many gifts of our lives. Our annual Harvest Communion will also be observed at this service. Please join us to share in the thanksgiving … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Kelly Weisman Asprooth-Jackson
There exists a popular understanding of God as a being who watches all and judges all harshly – threatening terrible punishment in order to coerce good behavior. Ours is only one of many religious traditions devoted to opposing this image of the Divine, answering … read more.
An elephant never forgets, so they say, and this Sunday we will practice not forgetting about elephants. Join us for a service exploring spiritual lessons from the largest living land mammals on earth.
Our annual service for the remembrance of the dead falls on the last Sunday in October this year. All are invited to bring a photograph or other token of loves ones who have passed from life and whom you wish to honor. These … read more.
Please join Rev. Kelly and the Social Action Committee for a service dedicated to discussing issues related to immigration. Listen to two women who have made the journey to the US and learn how we each can become involved on the local and state … read more.
Each year, we dedicate one service to honoring and exploring the spiritual meaning of Judaism’s Days of Awe: the ten days beginning with the festival of Rosh Hashanah, and ending with the observance of Yom Kippur. Please join us for this annual tradition as … read more.
Our faith as Unitarian Universalists calls us to seek the truth – but the truth we find in the world is often shaped by the assumptions and expectations we bring to that search. Join us for a service about clearing away the grime that … read more.
A family, a team, a community – any sort of group with a meaning or a purpose – is made up of different individuals, joined together. Join us for a service about what people can accomplish through shared effort, and what we ought to … read more.
The water communion service is a beautiful symbol of how the many streams of our daily lives meet and merge into the mighty river of our religious community. In this and many other congregations, it is a treasured part of the church year. … read more.
In this service
– the first back in our beloved sanctuary after a summer spent worshiping at
the beach – Rev. Kelly invites us to join him in exploring our own responses to
change and loss, through the lens of contrasting approaches from two very
different US presidents.