Speaker: Rev. Matthew McHale

Starting the New Year Off Right

No, the title isn’t a calendaring mistake… This Sunday falls during the Jewish High Holy Days, which begin with the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah) and end 10 days later with the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur). In Jewish tradition, this is a time for … read more.

“How Expectations Can ‘Bend Reality'”

Countless studies have shown that what we expect shapes what happens. How might we examine and question our own expectations and assumptions, and use our mind to try and shake things up?

Todd Covert, Worship Associate

The Emerson Choir will sing. The service will also include contemplative … read more.

“Look to the Children”

“The children are our future” goes the common refrain—of course, they are also our present, and young people are often powerful leaders. What are our responsibilities to our young people and to future generations? How can we help support our children’s spiritual development so that … read more.

Flower Communion

The Flower Communion was created by the Czech Unitarian Minister, Norbet Čapak, as a celebration of beauty, uniqueness, diversity, and community diversity. Please bring fresh cut flowers for this Spring tradition.

Todd Covert, Worship Associate

The Emerson Choir will sing.

On Brokenness and Wholeness

As Unitarian Universalists we affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person, but also our inherent wholeness. Even though all of us have our broken places, we are all, at our core, whole.

Todd Covert, Worship Associate

The Em Band will play this Sunday.