Beginning with the April 30, 2017 service, we are now using our new video equipment to record the sermons. These recordings are much higher in quality for both audio and video. These recordings will be uploaded to YouTube and the links to these videos will replace the separate audio and Facebook video in the sermon … Continued
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We are excited to announce the installation of our settled minister Reverend Karen G. Johnston. The installation ceremony will take place on Sunday, April 30, 2017. For more information and to RSVP, please visit our the installation website at this link: http://revkarensinstallationattus.weebly.com/
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This Sunday after service, we will conclude a three-part film series followed by thought-provoking discussions where beliefs about race, privilege, and justice are examined. Episode 3: The House We Live In Sunday January 22; 12:15 – 2:15 PM https://www.facebook.com/events/576272859244097 We will meet in the sanctuary. Refreshments provided. “Race is not based on biology, but race is … Continued
This Sunday evening, we will continue a three-part film series followed by thought-provoking discussions where beliefs about race, privilege, and justice are examined. Episode 2: The Story We Tell Sunday January 15; 7:00 – 9:00 PM https://www.facebook.com/events/1472925356059267 Episode 3: The House We Live In Sunday January 22; 12:15 – 2:15 PM https://www.facebook.com/events/576272859244097 We will meet in … Continued
(Pancake breakfast at 9:30; Worship at 10:30) No one need be alone on this day. For those who gather, it will be an intimate setting. This Sunday service will be shorter than usual, more informal than typical, with more chance for stillness together. Rev. Karen will lead the service.
Multi-generational service (followed by an abundant potluck). Childcare available during the service. A service of music, readings, and joy of the season ending with our traditional candle-lit singing of Silent Night. Bring your whole family, bring yourself – let us celebrate in the spirit of Christmas and a dash of Hanukkah (which starts this same night).
The Fall brings with it the start of many new things. The start of the school year. For those who had some kind of summer vacation, the fall means a return with rested and rejuvenated heart and mind to the work at hand. In the Jewish tradition, the new year starts in the fall. … Continued