Followed by an opportunity for you to bring your water into the sanctuary. Join Rev. Lydia, Tad Koriath, Jessica Laikeman and Service Associate Irene Faivre for a very special Water Ceremony where we ask ourselves “What does it mean to be a people of renewal?” … read more.
Speaker: Irene Faivre
In the early 1800s, translations from the traditions of India and East Asia were filtering through Europe and across the Atlantic where they inspired our Transcendentalist ancestors, especially Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. We’ll spend time reflecting on teachings from these traditions, their … read more.
While many of us have been staying home for these last several months in order to” flatten the curve,” it is easy to feel like we’ve lost ourselves on this side of the threshold. As I was watching the movie “Hook,” I realized that we … read more.
This week’s Jagged Rock: All Souls are Sacred and Worthy. As I speak those simple words, I feel my heart swell. Such deep truth. Such good news. All souls are sacred and worthy. Even mine.
On Easter Sunday, we explore the Jagged Rock: Salvation in THIS life. This theological stance set Unitarians, in particular, apart from their liberal Christian siblings. How does it change our lives to be called to create the Beloved Community here and now?
On Stewardship Sunday, we’ll explore the science of resilience and ask: What does it mean to be a community of resilience? How does our Fellowship nurture and inspire us for living in these times? Special music will be provided by congregational musicians Josh Laikeman … read more.
Tis the season . . . for overdoing it! More than any time of year, December is filled with invitations to over-eat, over-shop, and over-extend. Sure, a little overindulgence is warranted now and again. But the real treasure in life isn’t in all the stuff we’re manipulated into believing we ‘need’, but in simple ordinary moments. Today, we remind ourselves to notice what most inspires us during this season. The Fellowship Choir will sing songs of awe, highlighted by the ethereal Eric Whitacre piece, “Glow.”
As we gather in our annual all ages bread service, we will reflect upon welcoming the stranger. Join us as we celebrate our ancestral traditions through story-telling and breaking bread together. Please sign up using the link in the eWeekly to bring … read more.