Holiday Open House

We are having our annual Holiday Open House (December 10-11 from Noon-3:00pm) where we are offering tours of the Inness paintings, delicious holiday cookies and warm soup (Saturday Only)

From the Minister – November 2022

Our spiritual theme for this month is Change. Change is an important idea to reflect on, but I am at least as interested in the deeper idea of transformation as part of change. Change is a constant in our lives: what I want to know is what meaning do we make of it, and how do we change in light of it? How are we transformed?

From the Minister – October 2022

The spiritual theme for September is Belonging. In worship, we’ll be exploring what it means to belong to Unitarian Universalism and to each other. We’re starting off the month with a Question Box service — as a seeking people, we might say we also belong to questions and curiosity, humility and exploration.

From the Minister – September 2022

The spiritual theme for September is Belonging. In worship, we’ll be exploring what it means to belong to Unitarian Universalism and to each other. We’re starting off the month with a Question Box service — as a seeking people, we might say we also belong to questions and curiosity, humility and exploration.

From the Minister – August 2022

It is good to be back to work after having some time off. While it was a handful of weeks away from the congregation and I was able to have some vacation time, it was also work time elsewhere for our faith — for our national General Assembly gathering as one of the Chaplain Co-Leads, … Continued

From the Minister – July 2022

Today, June 30, is the anniversary of my ordination. I am remembering and reflecting on the wild adventures the last four years have taken me through, and giving great thanks to be here with you all now. I am remembering all those who supported me getting to that place, and since then. And I am … Continued

Cultivating Peace

Recently, our Buddhist Meditation and Study group has been exploring the “Four Immeasurables” for answers. These limitless qualities: loving-kindness, compassion, joy, and equanimity, can be developed by anyone and serve as antidotes to the likes of hostility, cruelty, and greed. Bhante Dhammawansha, senior monk at the Dhamma Wheel Meditation Society, shares Buddhist wisdom as we … Continued