Speaker: The Worship Team

“Water Communion with a Twist”

Our Annual Water Communion will be Sunday, September 20th and you are encouraged to participate.  How?  By making a short (30 seconds or less) video with you doing something that involves water.  Be creative.  Have fun.  Be … read more.

Liberating Strife: Independence Day 2020

Watch this morning assembly here

The Morning Program is below.

The little-known third verse of “America the Beautiful” contains these words:

“Oh beautiful for heroes proved in liberating strife who more than self their country loved and mercy more than life!”

Emerging from the liberating strife … read more.

A Three-In-One Morning

Three special observances coalesce within this week-end.  The Winter solstice on Saturday evening celebrates a pagan heritage.  Christians look with Joy on this third Sunday of Advent and Jews light the first Hanukkah candle at dusk Sunday evening. Our assembly today will celebrate Christmas, … read more.

Promises to Keep, and Miles to Go

It was the youngest parent in our community who suggested we devote a Sunday morning to an exploration of parents, children and liberal religion.  Parenting is a lifelong commitment, filled with promises to keep and miles to go.  Parents, it seems, have rather strong opinions about … read more.

In Memoriam

Our assembly this Sunday, In Memoriam, focuses on remembering the women and men who have given their lives in service to the Republic during the 83 wars or other conflicts involving the United States.  Over one and a half million people have died.   It is … read more.

Mothers and Flowers

In 1872 Unitarian Julia Ward Howe began advocating the creation of a “Mother’s Day for Peace.”  Her original concept has completely died out. The history of Mother’s Day reminds us that it is more than a day for flowers and pancakes. It’s a time to … read more.