Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger

Rev. Leuchtenberger is our senior minister. Read more.

Together We Share

During our annual Flower Communion service, we are reminded once more of the life-sustaining role that sharing and a generous heart play as we journey with each other through the roller-coaster that is life. Please bring a flower if you can though we’ll have plenty of extras. We will also recognize our Volunteer of the Year, […]

Seeking and Guarding

“Annual Music Service”
Who, what, and why do we search? What are we looking for? And when we think we have found “it,” what do we do with it? How can we come to terms with our natural inclination to form attachments and the inevitable suffering (and joys!) that come with these bonds? In a service of music, song […]

UUism as a Spiritual Anchor

Unitarian Universalism welcomes the exploration of other faith traditions.  Many of us are attracted to the depth of other traditions grounded in millennia of accumulated wisdom.  How can we transform Unitarian Universalism from being a container of these explorations towards offering its own spiritual depth?  How can UUism provide the kind of spiritual anchor we […]

Conscious Aging, Mindful Living

Today most people approaching elderhood can expect to live another 20-30 years.  How might you want to live those elder years?  Maybe you are in the second half of life and wondering what to do next?  Maybe you recently became an empty-nester and wondering “what’s next?”  Maybe you just retired and wondering who am I […]

Keep Calm, Get Fired Up

The prophetic voice is essential to our Unitarian Universalist understanding of religion.  Naming the injustices of the world, organizing to confront them, and staying committed until love and justice prevail are what we are proud to point to in our UU history and it is what deeply engages UUs across the country today.  How do […]

Equanimity Isn’t Just For Buddhists

The idea of equanimity is central to Buddhism yet can also be found in many other world religions and the wisdom stories that ground these religions.  As the saying goes:  “Serenity is not freedom from the storm but peace amid the storm.”  What can the world religions teach us about attaining evenness of mind under […]

Give Us Hope

On this Easter Sunday, we will celebrate the importance of hope and the reasons for hope even when so much around us looks bleak and discouraging.  Come hear stories of hope from our youth who went to DC for the March for Our Lives.  Come hear the choir sing the timeless music of Vivaldi’s Gloria.  Come, because our […]

Plugged in to Hope

Albert Schweitzer reminds us that “at times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person.” Hope is the lifeline to what comes next, it is “the argument that refutes death, the genius that invents the future” in the words of poet Lisel Mueller. Yet hope is neither guaranteed nor […]

Coming Back to Life

When tragedy hits, when trauma numbs our senses, when we are hurting inside and out, how do we hang in there?  How do we come back to life?  Come hear stories of people reclaiming life when hope was hard to justify, stories of resilience in the face of adversity, stories of strength and courage growing […]