Our guest speaker is the Rev. Paul Johnson, who was our Zoom minister during the Covid period. His topic is Congregational Polity and the balance between congregational independence and inter-church relationships. He holds Doctorates in both Ministry and Divinity from Meadville/Lombard Divinity School. He has … read more.
The speaker for Sunday’s service is Tom Neilson. He’s also our mini-concert performer. Combining art with activism, Tom uses the power of folk music to advocate for human rights over the world, receiving two songs of the year awards as well as awards for his … read more.
Our returning troubadour David Roth will sing and speak about how to bring about harmony through thought, intention, and action in a complicated world of many concerns.
This is the second part of our exploration of the fourth Unitarian Universalist Principle: A Free and Responsible Search for Truth and Meaning. We will look at nature and natural laws and a scientific basis for discerning truth.
Join us for our annual New Year’s retrospective with Donna Janesky!
PLEASE NOTE: We will not be having morning service on Sunday, December 24. But join us at 5 pm when we will have our traditional Christmas Eve service, with Peter Racine in the pulpit. Cee Cee Severin and Ken Connors will provide music, and we … read more.
“Another Kind of Christmas.” That’s what our annual choir program promises for this Sunday. We’ll celebrate Jesus, the man his family and friends knew, the wandering prophet-healer who shared his vision of a society based on compassion. Please join us for this occasion, beginning with duo … read more.