Topic: Compassion

Punishing the Poor

The idea of Defunding the Police highlights how our legal system is designed to protect property and the privileged. What might a different system look like? What might a legal system rooted in our UU values and principles look like? Could it work? We hope to see you in person! Masks are required. Here is … Continue reading Punishing the Poor

Punch Out of the Avalanche

In times of sorrow or anxiety, we may feel the only solution is to wriggle deeper into our darkness and wait for rescue. However, it’s often by making a bold, risky gesture that has no promise of success that we discover both light and delight.

Thoreau-ing It All Away

Sermon text: Sermon video: Henry David Thoreau spent 2 years, 2 months, and 2 days social distancing himself in a cabin at Walden Pond. What can we learn from him about navigating the distance we now travel as a society in pandemic times?


Our Annual worship to recognize the births, marriages, and deaths in our congregation. We also honor New Members who have joined this year and we do our Bridging ceremony for our youth. The service is followed by our Annual Meeting.