Speaker: Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry

Liberating Love: Releasing the Covenant

This will be Rev. Lydia’s last Sunday service with us. In this meaningful ritual, we will release the covenant that has bound her to us these many years. Special music will be offered by the Fellowship choir and gifts will be exchanged. Following the service, cake will be served during coffee hour. Zoom Service Recording

Looking Back in Delight

We humans are a funny species, so many of us are prone to look back at all the ways we wish things had gone, all the things we should have done better. Today, we will look back in delight — at all the wonderful moments of our lives. Zoom Service Recording

Flower Ceremony

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Norbert Capek’s Flower Ceremony, a ritual celebrated in many Unitarian Universalist congregations each spring. Bring a flower to add to our bouquets, as we honor the powerful history that brought this ritual from Transylvania to the United States. We will also be welcoming New Members today as well! … Continue reading Flower Ceremony

Happy Accidents: The Possibility of the ‘Oops’ throughout Our Transitions and Lifespan.

In this all-ages youth service, we will dedicate our incoming families and children, honor our bridging youth, and celebrate the chaos of parenting on this Mother’s Day. Let’s celebrate that we will make mistakes, but we will not make them alone. Zoom Service Recording