Speaker: Rev. Douglas Taylor

Christmas Eve Service

Christmas Eve services at 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm – The 7pm service is family friendly with a story, favorite carols, and delightful readings. Our 9pm is more traditional with a homily, quieter carols, and thought-provoking readings.

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Christmas Eve Service

Christmas Eve services at 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm – The 7pm service is family friendly with a story, favorite carols, and delightful readings. Our 9pm is more traditional with a homily, quieter carols, and thought-provoking readings.

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Fox Steals the Dark

Our various religious holidays at this time of year are celebrations of the light. This Multigenerational Sunday, let us celebrate the dark. As we approach the Longest Night, let us linger with the healing message often found in the dark.

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Opening to Joy

This month our Soul Matters theme is joy. It is also the Hanukkah on the Jewish calendar. Join us for story and celebration for all ages as we consider how joy can catch us by surprise.

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The Honorable Harvest

In many indigenous cultures they speak of the Honorable Harvest. It is a message of sustainability, respect for the earth, and taking only what you need. Join us for our multigenerational service in story, song, and reflection together.

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The Arc of Our UU Universe

We talk about the impact of racism on religion (and vice versa.) But let us focus in for a moment on our specific faith tradition. Let us both celebrate and challenge our history together.

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Memory Tree

The Day of the Dead, Halloween, Samhain, and All Souls Day are all different cultural invitations into honoring the transition from life to death, of remembering loved ones we have lost. This Sunday we will host a Memory Tree ritual together for our First Sunday … read more.

Look at All the Lonely People

All our quarantining and distancing has left us lonely and a little out of touch with one another.  Do we remember how to rekindle our regular patterns of relationship? Do we remember how to make new friends? 

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Start with the Science

There is a version of Process Theology that is non-theistic; there is no God element in this version. Some wonder how ‘God’ could be removed and the theology still hold together. I say it’s not that hard to figure out.

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