Learn about the proposed 2017-18 proposed budget...get your questions answered now so you can be prepared to vote at Annual Meeting on May 21.
Open discussion group about sustainability issues.
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 ages 3 to 12 are welcome to join their parents in worship, or go to our Children's Village for a time of fun and learning.
Nursery care is provided for infants and toddlers during the Lifespan Faith Development hour, starting at 9:30, and during Worship, starting at 10:30.
Interested in an outdoor, ambulatory contemplative experience? Immediately after the Sunday service, our church will be hosting Clive Johnson, an Englishman who is making a road trip around the perimeter of the United States with a portable labyrinth. Clive, an Interfaith Minister who is trained as a labyrinth facilitator, began his American journey in mid-April and we are delighted that we can support and participate in his project. The labyrinth will be set up outside and after a few words of introduction by Clive, will be available for anyone who would like to walk its path. For those who are interested to know more about the project and about the meditative tradition of walking the labyrinth, please visit his website, LabyrinthAroundAmerica.net, or his Facebook page, Labyrinth Around America.
Treat yourselves to lunch after worship today - the menu will be whatever is left over from the Yard Sale on Saturday...might be Bob Gabrielli’s chili, carrot ginger soup and bread, maybe some home-made UU desserts!
“Our Righteous Minds," Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger
We like to think of ourselves as moral beings able to use reason to discern our moral positions. What role does our intellect play in informing our moral judgments? What if Jonathan Haidt is right when he claims that moral intuition comes first and the evolutionary purpose of our intellect is primarily as a tool to persuade others of our intuitive judgments?
While our leader will not be present today, all are still welcome to practice together.
Some of us are in our 50s or 60s, some in our 70s or older, and all are welcome no matter your years of life experience to share your life lessons as The Journey Continues … We will learn from one another, share thought-provoking readings, and view interesting videos.