Upcoming Services

Rev Hannah Petrie

Please join us for worship on Sundays via Zoom!  This Zoom link is for all Sunday services.  The link will also be provided in our Order of Service email each week for your convenience.

Please feel free to share this link with your family and friends so they may join us.

September 27
Rabbi Haim Beliak and Rev. Hannah

Yom Kippur:  Forgiveness Is Not An Emotion - So What Is It?
We are so pleased to welcome back Rabbi Haim Beliak as he guest preaches for the most important Jewish holiday of the year.  Rabbi Beliak is a chaplain at Skirball Hospice, a volunteer Executive Director of Friends of Jewish Renewal in Poland, and Rabbi of Beth Ohr Congregation.

October 4
Rev. Hannah

The Vestige of American Journalism

This will be the second of a three-part series as we head toward election day, examining the elements of a functioning democracy.  Masha Gessen makes a very compelling case in her “Surviving Autocracy” work that a robust free press is essential for a healthy democracy, and unfortunately, both news-makers and news-consumers have fallen down on the job.  We’ll also heed the wisdom of Margaret Sullivan, who elucidates her cautionary tale in her new work, “Ghosting the News.

October 11
Rev. Hannah

Indigenous People's Day
Before America came to exist, there were first nation's people flourishing where we now call home.  Their diverse cultures and thought-ways are national treasures, worthy of reverent celebration.


October 18
Rev. Hannah

Inter-generational Service/What Is Really Going On? Stuck in a Box
Every third Sunday of the month we will offer an inter-generational service as we examine what is really going on in our lives in pandemica.  Many of us feel stuck in a box, stuck at home, and so loneliness is a malady common to all ages.  What spiritual tools can we enlist to navigate our isolation?

October 25
Rev. Hannah

John Lewis and the Moral Voice

Part three of a sermon series leading up to Election Day.  John Lewis exemplifies this essential element of a thriving democracy, the moral voice in public discourse, and we will honor his life and legacy.