Speaker: Linda Williams

Linda is a Worship Associate and a member of the Operations Leadership Team. She has also helped organize Summer services and is a sometime maker of banners for the sanctuary. Over the years, she has been involved in many aspects of church life. She is passionate about learning about the many cultures and beliefs in our world and celebrating our diversity.

Centered in Song

Our annual Hymn Sing. Enjoy singing our all-time favorite hymns and contemplate how they ground us in our spiritual life.

The Women Who Mentored Me.

Online Only   Four very different women were very influential in my personal growth and influenced how I formed my identity, nurtured me, taught me mothering skills and showed me how to be an activist.

Turn Turn Turn

As 2019 turns into 2020, come and sing hymns identified by congregants that have brought joy and solace permanently (or at least for a long time) to many – and hear stories of how the fleeting experience of music has had a lasting impact on our ever changing realities.

Thoreau and What we Learn in the Woods

Simply put, a transcendentalist believes that a person can gain special, transcendent knowledge about creation, god, faith, etc. from being close to nature. Thoreau’s Walden is his written explanation of how he spent his time living alone on the banks of Walden Pond in Concord, MA. What wisdom does Thoreau offer us today?