Crump's Expressway

- President

 “It's tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” Yogi Berra, (…or maybe Niels Bohr, the famous physicist). And so we have it – an unknown future, a change. Some people hate change, and have told me so.

- Associate Minister

    I am not ignoring you. That is to say, I am not intentionally ignoring you. This year for Lent I’m giving up phone notifications. I know, I know, it sounds like a pretty lame thing to give up. Well, it does to me anyway.

- Minister

Spring jumps at us for too brief a moment in southern Louisiana. "Here am I.  Briefly," says spring. Poet e. e. cummings noticed the leafing greenly spirits of trees and so should we. Paying attention and staying awake are dual spiritual practices.

- Education

Hello, friends. I am heartbroken at the thought that twice in less than a year, I am sending an email on how to help children talk about events such as the news coming out of Sandy Hook Elementary School this morning.  Sometimes it is impossibly hard to be the adult ...

- Social Justice

    One of the more visible functions of Outreach is organizing projects for service to the community, a function facilitated by the spirit of volunteerism that runs deep in our church.

- Music

The adult choir will return on February 4 with an anthem by W.A. Mozart, from his mass known as the Sparrow Mass. The annual blues service will be on February 25, with a blues band made up of church members and friends. 

- Education

Words to Live By

“…the free and responsible search for truth and meaning…”

Unitarian Universalist Association Covenant of Congregations,

Fourth Principle

- President

    First of all, Thank You! Steve Crump for 35 years of hard work, clear pastoral concern and exuberant creativity. What a gift you have been.

- Associate Minister

    As I’m sure most of you know by now Steve has announced his retirement. You should know that Steve is a tremendous minister, and I am lucky to have worked with him. It is rare to find a minister with such a strong combination of caring, vision and a commitment to shared ministry.

- Minister

Dear Members and Friends of the Congregation,

    In this new-year I asked the members of the Board of Trustees to consider with me the nature of the number 40.

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