This Sunday’s Service – Dr. King and Environmental Justice

January 19 Service at 10:30 AM

Lois Markham

Today, we gather to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who died more than fifty years ago. The world is a vastly different place in 2020, in no small part because of the achievements of the movement that Dr. King led. Yet there is still much to be done to bring about a world of equality and justice for all. How would Dr. King view the climate crisis? Today I will explore the idea that our environmental activism can be guided by the principles espoused by Dr. King. Join us for a celebration of the past and the future.

This Sunday’s Service – You Don’t Have to Do It Alone

January 12 Service at 10:30 AM

Rev. Jeanne Nieuwejaar

Our culture promotes ideals of individualism and self-sufficiency. And, although our faith articulates principles of interdependence and community, too often we progressive folk prefer to stand on our own two feet rather than accept or, heaven forbid, ask for help. This service will be a counter-cultural-call for humility and openness to grace.

This Sunday’s Service – Chaos Theory and Sprituality

January 5 Service at 10:30 AM

Vanessa Grimes


Chaos Theory attempts to explain how the physical universe works in orderly, deterministic patterns, despite what may seem like random disorder. In this service we will explore the butterfly effect, fractal coastlines, and how fish population growth can look amazingly similar to changes in stock prices for cotton. While I am not a physicist or mathematician, even as a layman, these fun phenomena have captured my imagination and have informed my personal view on God and my relationship with the universe.

This Sunday’s Service – Thinking New Year

December 29 Service at 10:30 AM

Peter VanDeBogert

We will explore leftover feelings, reactions and ideas from Christmas and, if possible put them in the context of the new year. This is a time when we take stock of the past year and years and look ahead to next month, next year and the next decade. There will be ample opportunity to share.

We will also be writing statements about where we are in our lives and sealing them in envelopes, to be opened at next year’s service.

This Sunday’s Service – Solstice Service

December 22 Service at 10:30 AM

Solstice Committee

This quiet observance of an annual natural phenomenon will be celebrated in a regular Sunday morning service this year. We will share readings, music, candles and a time to explore what we leave behind in the old year and what we want to bring forward to the light of the new year. Leave your holiday busyness at home for this hour of peaceful settling into the cycles of the natural world.

This Sunday’s Service – Old Carols in New Garb

December 15 Service at 10:30 AM

Helen Brandt and Judy Putnam

Please join us for one of the most anticipated services of the year. You will be treated to music by the Singing Group, Handbell Choir, SoulSong and Judy Putnam’s piano. This year we will enjoy familiar carols set in new and interesting musical ways. This is holiday music with twists and turns that are sure to bring smiles and touch the heart.