As we enter the month of December, we’ll begin to explore the theme of mystery, and ask ourselves how we might embrace uncertainty, darkness, and not knowing with an open heart. Through readings, music, and movement, the members of the Worship and Arts Committee invite the congregation to reflect on the meaning … read more.
Speaker: Worship and Arts Committee
We share in our annual Flower Communion Sunday commemorating the 100th Anniversary of this ritual which was first celebrated on June 4, 1923 in the Unitarian Church in Prague. The ceremony was conceived by the Rev. Norbert Čapek who felt that people in the … read more.
Christmas falls on a Sunday this year, and we will have an intimate worship service at the usual time. Join us for a Unitarian Universalist Christmas celebration featuring special music, readings, and plenty of warm conviviality. There will not be children’s spiritual exploration programming this … read more.
In our annual service of remembrance, we pause to remember our loved ones who have died. We light candles and offer music in their memory and honor those whose memory and love we carry with us. Music provided by Carolyn’s Angel Band. One service only … read more.