Worship is the most important thing we do together as a beloved community, week after week, throughout the year. Rev. Hannah Petrie works to ensure we experience a variety of emotions in our hour of “sacred time” together: comfort, joy, reflection, vulnerability, challenge, and inspiration. Our worship services touch the mind, heart, and soul.
Join us for worship on Sundays via Zoom! This Zoom link is for all Sunday services.
Rev. Hannah Petrie
The Call of Service, The Clarion Call of Democracy
What a wild week in the history of American democracy. It's this time of year we do a big volunteer appreciation and recruitment Sunday. As we observe the rocky (the say the least) changing of the guard in our national government, we'll compare the call of public service to the call to volunteer in our church. Several seats are available, and it's an honorable way to use your free-time, as we continue to be stuck in the comfort of our own homes.
What Is the 8th Principle?
The Traits of a Real Leader
Goodness willing (or God, if you will), we will have observed the peaceful transfer of power to President-Elect Joe Biden four days earlier. I have been studying the traits of Winston Churchill during the blitz in the book, "The Splendid and the Vile" by Erik Larson. While historians say he was best as a war-time leader, many also compare the pandemic to being in a war. What traits do we want to see in Biden and all our leaders at the height of this war on illness?
Rev. Lee Marie Sanchez
Faithful Freedoms, Responsible Choices
We are pleased to welcome back my colleague UU minister Lee Marie Sanchez back to our pulpit. In this sermon she will explore reproductive freedom and the UU connection to Roe V. Wade.
"Generation to Generation"
This is the title of the seminal work by Rabbi Edwin Freidman about family process in congregations. One of my semi-specialties is knowledge of Family Systems Theory, founded by psychiatrist Murray Bowen in the early 1950s. I will be offering a four-week class about it and this service serves to whet the appetite about this fascinating school of thought.