As the planetary climate grows warmer and weather extremes become more common, we cannot deny the impact of human activity on the earth. Deep transformation is needed to address this planetary crisis which we now feel very close to home. With the Jewish season … read more.
When we make a covenant, we commit to how we will be with one another whether that is in an intimate relationship or in a community setting. People and communities change over time and so do our commitments. What does it take to renew … read more.
We come back together to begin a new church year with our annual Ingathering Sunday: Water Ceremony. All are invited to bring water collected over the summer to share in a ritual of reconnection and renewal. As we have just experienced, water can be a … read more.
250 years ago, the Rev. John Murray preached his first Universalist sermon in North America due to a shift in the wind that prevented him from moving on. He would go on to found Universalism as a denomination in America. The wind has shifted yet … read more.
As the seasons change and, in the Jewish tradition, a new year begins, we explore the practice of self-reflection and invite a spirit of renewal into our lives. We will also commission the 2020-2021 Lay Pastoral Care Ministry team during the service.
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On Sunday, September 13, we will gather once again as a whole church community into our shared life of worship and spiritual practice. Though we gather from different places, we join together on this Ingathering Sunday to reconnect with one another and to honor the … read more.