Crump's Expressway

- Music


The choir will return on January 14 to participate in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. services, and on January 21 to sing some gospel-inspired music. 

- Social Justice

     We begin our year of outreach to the community with our annual Martin Luther King, Jr.

- Program

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- Education

The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice. Theodore Parker, abolitionist and Unitarian minister

Justice – Now More Than Ever, but How?

- President

It’s a new year and there’s a lot to say. I’ll start with the Town Hall report. 

1) On 11/19/17 we held a Town Hall. 41 people attended; 5 groups of 8 discussed: 

- Assistant Minister

One day I will see my last sunset. I may or may not know it is my last. Every one of us is given no promise except that one sunset will be our last. I fear that making this observation is morbid. I don’t see it that way.

- Minister

Men and masculinity?  Blogger Brent Ladd wants men to talk to each other, change their ways, and challenge conquest culture.

- Assistant Minister

    There are two types of linguistics: prescriptive and descriptive (hang with me here, I promise this is interesting). Prescriptive linguistics describes how language should work: never end a sentence with a preposition, for example.

- President

    Thank you to those noble people who attended the Congregational Meeting in September and to those who joined us in November for the Town Hall. I hope the first was clear and efficient and the second was engaging. We appreciate your attendance and learned a lot at the Town Hall.

- Social Justice

    Each week at Sunday services we end the lighting of the chalice with our expressed "hope to make this a better world."  This holiday season seems a fitting time to take stock of some of the ways we fulfill this aspiration collectively and in our personal lives.