Rev. Stevens’ final sermon before her sabbatical will be a tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., and the ways his legacy lives on in today’s social movements.
Speaker: Rev. Elizabeth Stevens
“…It starts when you say We/and know who you mean, and each/day you mean one more.”
Our church community plays an important role in our local community. We are also a part of the wider Unitarian Universalist community, and the larger faith community. How do … read more.
The best writers could never imagine the twists and turns life sometimes takes. Unitarian Universalists, for the most part, reject the idea that these twists and turns happen according to fate or to God’s will, but we can embrace our capacity … read more.
This annual contemplative service is centered on the ritual of burning the things from the previous year we are ready to let go of- and holding on to the things we have learned and want to carry forward with us.
We’ll retell the ancient story and make connections to our lives in the present and our hopes for the future. The children’s choir will sing.
Worship Associates: Jamal Lyksett and Patricia Jessup
Mystic, monk, theologian, pacifist…Thomas Merton, who died 50 years ago on December 10, 1968, inspired many with his gentle wisdom and his unique insights…including the three of us. Join us as we share the points of resonance and the … read more.
The Unitarian Universalist interpretation of the Christmas Story centers on the idea that all every person is an incarnation of the holy, that every child born is another redeemer. If we embrace this understanding, what then is asked of us as human beings in this … read more.
We build on foundations we did not lay. We warm ourselves by fires we did not light. We sit in the shade of trees we did not plant. We drink from wells we did not dig. We profit from persons we did not know…We are … read more.
In an increasingly fractured and isolating world, many people are searching for deep connections, forged through open-hearted listening and honest and vulnerable speaking. Being heard and held heals trauma and grief. Meanwhile, being trusted to listen is the true antidote to loneliness. We will install … read more.
On this day, we will honor Veterans and welcome new members of our congregation. Together, we’ll reflect on what values, institutions, and dreams are worthy of our dedication and sacrifice. If you are interested in joining the church, please contact the minister or Elisabeth Berlinger, … read more.