Speaker: Rev. Douglas Taylor

A Dickens Christmas

Join us for the return of a delightful tradition: a live Radio-Play performance of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens. The performance will be woven into the usual elements of our worship together.

We hope to see you in person! Our COVID policy has … read more.

A Life of Ritual and Reason

Many Unitarian Universalists are not exactly “religious” in the way so many religious people use the term. We tend toward a rational and scientific outlook. And yet, ritual and liturgy remain quite important in our communal practice as a congregation.

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The Taming of Foxes

It is a powerful experience to know yourself and to be known by others. Our new Chalice Circles are a way to form ties with others and to deepen your self-knowledge. Our groups strengthen the heart of our community through meaning-making and simple friendships.

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The War on Truth

Winston Churchill is credited with the witticism: ‘A Lie Is Halfway Round the World Before the Truth Has Got Its Boots On.’ Ironically, Churchill may not be the originator of that line. But the problem we face in our society is more pernicious than mere … read more.

Hold the Door Open (1st Sunday)

Hear a version of our UU heritage that highlights the themes of inclusion and openness. We have our First Sunday services again. We gather all together in the sanctuary from 10:30 – 11:15. Then we have workshops for all ages from 11:30 – 12:15, followed … read more.

Roadmap for Repair

Forgiveness and repentance are an annual theme for us. This year, the UUA Common Read is a book about the topic: On Repentance and Repair by Danya Ruttenberg. Join me in considering a very old outline for how to move forward after an experience of … read more.

Let Our Service Begin

The Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore wrote, “I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.” Is there an element of service in your life? In our congregation? In what ways do … read more.

Church: Why Bother?

The trends are upon us! Attendance and participation in religious communities are declining in the US across the board. This has been going on for a while, but the pandemic increased things. Maybe there are good reasons for not attending that we can learn from. … read more.

Progressive Religion

I don’t mean it like that. Yes, we are ‘progressive’, but for this service I’m actually thinking about ‘progressive dinners,’ (and I didn’t want you all to think I was offering food.) Join us for a playful and thought-provoking service throughout the building and grounds … read more.