Crossing the Cusp

January 27, 2019

What could we create of ourselves if we explored beyond what we already know?  Sermon by Sandra Washington.

The Next Unitarian Universalism

January 13, 2019

Unitarian Universalism has evolved over the decades, and each generation has put their unique mark on it.  Building on the work of General Assembly last summer, we'll speak of a Unitarian Universalism of possibility, a faith we are still building.  

Dawn Breaks

January 6, 2019

Sorrow endures for the night, the psalmist writes, but joy comes with the morning.  As we look to the east at the dawn of a new year, what awaits us?

The Long Night

December 23, 2018

Joy comes with the morning, the psalmist writes, but only after sorrow endures for the night.  We all go through seasons when it feels like the morning will never come.  The humanism central to our faith holds important lessons for those times.  

Congregational Meeting

December 9, 2018

On the Sunday when we meet as a congregation to set our budget and priorities as a congregation, we reflect on our legacy of congregational self-government.

Re-Membering America

November 11, 2018

What does the idea of America mean in 2018?  After the elections, what is Unitarian Universalism called to say?

Whose Legacy Are We?

November 4, 2018

Join us as we welcome new members into our church this Sunday.  "What they dreamed be ours to do" goes one of our hymns.  What do we make of the legacies of Unitarians and Universalists for whom we are more nightmare than dream?  What are the dreams we will leave for future generations?  

Love What’s in Front of You

October 21, 2018

The theologian Richard Rohr reminds us that the message of Hebrew scripture is clear that what we are called to do is 'love the widow and orphan', yet 'we [keep] loving church services instead of reality.'  How do we lower the walls of sanctuary, to ensure that what we talk about here is not disconnected from the rest of the world?

A Place for Our Whole Selves

October 14, 2018

"You who are broken-hearted, who woke today with the winds of despair whistling through your mind, come in;" Rev. Kathleen McTigue writes, "..."This place is sanctuary, and it is for you."  This week we will look at the role of Unitarian Universalist congregations that have been and continue to be places of sanctuary and safety.