December, the darkest month, often the busiest month, is not without mystery and grace, which are the spiritual themes for this month. Sometimes, though, we have to take a step back to see, hear, or feel these elusive realities. And sometimes they are found right … read more.
Rev. Tricia Brennan
The Sunday after Thanksgiving, while still in the month of November, offers a chance to pause and take a breath.
December, with all its expectations of good times and gift-giving and busyness, can land hard for some. What spiritual resources can we tap to help make … read more.
When we add a seat at the table for the newcomer, the stranger, the not-yet-friend, we are all blessed.
The choir will sing today on this Sunday before Thanksgiving.
Whatever the outcome of the mid-term elections on November 6th, we are likely to wake up the next day to a country still very much tense and divided. What is the responsibility for people of faith and congregation of faith to help heal this divide … read more.
This annual service is a time to remember those beloved to us who have died. You are invited to bring photos of deceased family members and friends to place on the altar. This year we plan to link the service and fellowship hour by asking … read more.
The holy and ordinary sanctuaries in our lives offer us rest, safety, and comfort. We can want to stay in these places forever- but life and our faith calls us somewhere else. We are meant to rest and risk.
You can read the … read more.
This service will offer an opportunity to consider how we, as Unitarian Universalists, embody our principles during times of transition, letting go of barriers by opening our doors to the world. Our lives are full of stories and these stories are the foundations of … read more.
Can you envision a world where forgiveness is sought and given as a normal part of life, a world where children are taught to forgive, not just by parents and teachers but by the example of all? Facing the truth that we’ve hurt others, or … read more.
“Where there is no vision, the people perish,” is an oft-quoted biblical proverb. Vision comes from within us, yet is made real in the grit, grime and beauty of the world around us. What do you envision for your life, what do you … read more.
We start the church year proper this Sunday with the traditional Water Communion service and festive Welcome Back Potluck. Please bring a small amount of water, either from a place of significance or from your tap, to contribute to our water … read more.