August 9 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Speaker: Roberta Nicoll
Roberta Nicoll will inspire you with her search for her ancestors. You will hear of their arrivals In the US from afar and the many cultural references you will recognize in their lives. Music with be provided by Helen Brandt, Teri Hansen and Judy Putnam
August 2 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
July 19 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Here is a place to go when you can’t go anywhere. Lose yourself in a great book. Take yourself on a mental vacation with a great read. Our service will gather as many ideas for summer reading as our participants can share.
Please email Edith Fenton firstname.lastname@example.org with names of books you would like to have mentioned.
July 12 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Helen Brandt, Lay Leader
Are you feeling hopeless about our inability to talk to each other as we hunker down into our chosen positions on one side or the other of the political divide? Are you feeling hopeless about our ability to move forward in our country? Are family dinners uncomfortable? Do you find your blood pressure rising when you log on to Facebook? Does this all feel somehow deeply wrong to you? Let’s join together to think about how we can begin to communicate again as fellow human beings.
In this time of physical distance it’s more important than ever to stay connected. Please send Cares and Celebrations to email@example.com.
On the following Sundays, there will be no service. But we still want to be together – so join us for coffee hour at 11:30. You’ll get an invitation to the Zoom gathering.
June 28 Service at 10:00 AM
This link will take you to the Sunday Service at the UUA General Convention
June 21 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
June 14 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Rev. Ed Lynn, Minister Emeritus
Ed plans to share his experience of kidney cancer and the lessons he learned. He will discuss how some of these lessons also apply to the current pandemic.
May 31 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Rev. Jeanne Nieuwejaar
May 24 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom
Ed’s talk is called “Pandemic Reflections”. He will attempt to address the reality that in spite of all the grief, trauma, and chaos COVID is causing, we also need to be thinking about what kind of a world we want to re-enter when it is finally safe to do so. He will be using an ancient folktale as a starting point for reflections on a new future.