Speaker: Rev. Susan Milnor

“The First Parade”

Memorial Day holds some surprising roots, including racial ones, which we need to remember if we are to acknowledge the depth and complexity of the occasion.  The day is, as Mark Bellinti writes, “a time for remembering  the human loss in human wars, the silence … read more.

“Love Comes Again”

A Multi-generational Easter Service

Even when the world discourages us, even when winter winds seem endless, love returns and gives us new life.  Our service will include a multi-part story of the Legend of the Pysanky, a short Easter reflection by Rev. Susan, favorite Easter music, and even birds.  If you … read more.

“Especially This Year”

In the Christian world, today is Palm Sunday, in some ways the most revealing holy day of the tradition.  It provides the context for us to consider how Jesus, an itinerant Jewish teacher and “healer,” was most of all a prophetic activist who opposed the … read more.

How the Light Gets In

The song, Anthem, by Leonard Cohen, provides the text for today’s sermon.  “There is a crack in everything. . .”.  How can our struggles, disappointments, even failures and wounds, make us stronger?  Is it possible to awaken to new selves within us?   From Japanese pottery … read more.

“Free for What?”

This month, in which our theme is “Renewing Faith,” is a good time to think about our faith as Unitarian Universalists.  We often speak of ours as a “free religion,” but being confident about what that means is a different matter.  Does it really mean … read more.


Rev. Susan Milnor and Transition Team (Brenda Briana, Lyralen Kaye, Nancy Petino, Nelda Quigley, David Shawn)

“Who Are We?” is one of the important questions in a transition.   Knowing what defines you as a congregation now, as well as the direction in which you want to … read more.