We’ll recognize and honor the presence of beloved creatures and critters in our lives through this joyful Animal Blessing service. You are encouraged to bring your well-behaved pet (dog, cat, ferret, guinea pig, goldfish, snake, pot-bellied pig, etc.); all must be either … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Karen G. Johnston
This is will be a joyous and FULL service –full of appreciation for all our volunteer Religious Education teachers throughout the whole year; full of blessing on our new members; and full of flowers for our annual FLOWER FESTIVAL. Rev. Karen and … read more.
Rev. Karen will be preaching and Nick Place will be playing.
Elephants are known not only for their ability to remember, but also for their capacity to live communally and their collective mourning rituals. As humans have visited our greed
upon the earth through violence on these creatures, we are finding that they … read more.
Inspired by the epic fictional story of Les Miserables, as well as the true-to-life story of a racist prison guard, we’ll explore the how rigidity and shame bring destruction; humility leads to possibility; and even in the most unlikely places, transformation is possible.
We’ll have guest musicians, … read more.
This whimsical service welcoming of children of all ages will explore what it means for Love (known by some as “god” but by many other names, too) to take human form, inspired by the book, God Got a Dog by Cynthia … read more.
Our second year of celebrating Easter in our own Sanctuary Garden, please join us at 8:45 for this brief (half hour?) service that involves singing, poetry, and bird seed. We won’t be up for sunrise, but regardless of the weather, … read more.
On April 4, we mark 50 years since the assassination of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. While we often spend time talking about Dr. King’s legacy on the holiday named after him, or in February during Black History Month, our faith … read more.
“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.” (Samuel Beckett) Is it possible that failure, the thing we dread and strive so hard to avoid, can be our best friend and surest teacher? What might happen if we befriend failure, rather than … read more.
Our annual canvass breakfast where we will celebrate the opportunity to sustain this vibrant congregation through song, speech, food, and fun. We all start together, eat together, then the children get to hang out with a magician while we engage … read more.