An alternative worship service featuring songs and chants accompanied by a small group of live musicians, brief readings, silence, and candle-lighting.
Children join their age-appropriate class in Rooms 1, 3, and 5 for religious education classes.
The choir warms up before each service during which it is scheduled to sing. The choir on/off schedule published on the web calendar is accurate through June 11, 2017.
During our worship service, children 12 and under are welcome to join their parents in worship, or to go to our Activity Room or Nursery Care depending on age.
“How to Hate," Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger. Unitarian Universalists like to think of themselves as the “Love People.” We sing about how "love will guide us" and we stand, walk or protest on “the side of love.” Yet for lessons in how to hate we don’t have to look far beyond our own hearts and community. Time to get out the mirror. Evil can happen each time we “otherize” another person. And there are at least seven ways of "otherizing" someone.
Also come and hear from three of our High School seniors about the impact General Assembly had when they attended in 2015 and why they are intent on returning this year.
Join this meeting for people who are interested in exploring issues about entering a new stage in our life journey. We are in the process of forming a covenant-group style circle to discuss these issues. For more information, contact Pat Hoertdoerfer, or Linda Williams.