Instant News

Be informed for the congregational meeting on Sunday, 7 September at 12:45 pm. Hear how our Great Expectations for parking are coming closer to reality.

 Sunday;  August 31,  at 10:40am in the Main Office.

 

Upcoming Events

September 7, 2014 - 1:00pm

At the close of the services, we hold a congregational meeting to approve two Great Expectations projects,  the exterior campus design and an Executive Director position, and the preliminary budget for 2015.

Upcoming Services

August 31, 2014 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 Willis Delony, piano; a Bill Grimes, bass; and The Heart Voice Trio  team up for a morning of jazz worship focused on the good, joyful, and happy life.  Invite your friends and your Labor Day Weekend relatives to church.

September 7, 2014 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

 One of Steve Crump’s professors in seminary, James Luther Adams, enjoyed telling the story of his father’s reaction when Jim became a Unitarian minister. His father said, “I pray that you will be a failure. Otherwise you will have to answer not only to your own lost soul, but also for the souls of others whom you may have led astray.”  Let us become acquainted with this pillar of thought and love within our ranks. The congregation will sing a number of hymns by UU composers

September 14, 2014 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

With the midterm elections fast approaching, The Reverend Nathan Ryan will explore how to be a religious person in partisan times. The choir shares an anthem from Singing The Journey about our UU congregations, along with an anthem the congregation will learn in a few weeks.  

September 21, 2014 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

What sustains?  What gets us through something difficult? We offer an inspirational, true story for Unitarian Universalists as summer turns to autumn. Susan Brys plays Chopin pieces.

September 28, 2014 - 9:30am; 11:15 am

T is for our being together, minds and hearts.H is for heart. A community without passion and spirit will dry up and die.R is for resilience.  A community must have staying power, demonstrate how to live through the tough stuff, learn how to bend and change, and affirm that even in our disappointments, not all is lost.I is forinterdependence.  I and me are not the center of community.  We are endowed with freedom as unique individuals, primordially connected but not radically alone.V is veracity.  Speak the truth in love, bear witness to the truth, and be honest about mystery.E is for equity.  Treating one another with respect means increasing our capacity for listening, understanding, compassion, and forgiveness.The choir sings several pieces with the congregation's assistance.