Rev. Jenny has a special treat for us this Sunday! Through the wonders of time travel, come meet the “Father of Religious Humanism”: John H. Dietrich. Learn about this significant shift in Unitarianism, and how it continues to impact us today.
Speaker: Rev. Jenny Peek
The Nature of Truth and How Lies are Infecting our Culture
Truth ever universal or absolute, or is it only lower case “t” for “personal truth”? Let’s honor truth with an honest exploration of what it is or may be, and … read more.
“Faith and Environmental Stewardship: How Unitarian Universalists
Address Climate Change”
Monday, April 22nd, is Earth Day. The Fellowship will offer a candid
consideration of the Anthropocene Age and the role people of faith have in leading conversations and solutions for future generations.
Here … read more.
Sunday worship persists as the most segregated hour of American life. How do class and race impact faith communities of Christian heritage during Lent and Easter? Rev. Jenny Peek will present on this interesting topic. Join us for worship, and Linger Longer for refreshments … read more.
Join us this Sunday for a special worship service. Your Worship Committee is preparing a morality play, focused on immigration justice. This promises to be an inspirational and relevant experience for us all.
“When My Life Becomes Prayer”
Our Fellowship’s monthly theme for March is “prayer’. Today’s worship service will examine a few people in history whose very lives might be called a living prayer.
Here is a link to the audio recording of Rev. Jenny’s … read more.
“Inherent worth and dignity are all well and good, but . . .”
As Unitarian Universalists, we affirm and promote seven principles, the first of which is “the inherent worth and dignity of every person”. How do we live true to this principle, when … read more.
Our ministry theme for January is grace. Rev. Jenny will share her reflection on Unitarian Universalist grace as user friendly, no deity required.
We will enjoy rituals of letting go and welcoming in. Letting go can mean past regrets, leaving a job or relationship, habits or behaviors. Welcoming in can be a fresh attitude, a strategy for an adventure, a new habit, career change. Each of us knows … read more.
Join us for our 30th annual celebration of world religions during the holiday season. This will be incredibly beautiful, with messages from world religions’ winter holy days. The festivities will include presentations and candle lighting saluting traditions of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.
Stay for the potluck holiday feast with more … read more.