Reflection

Reconnecting with Nature

Our Seventh Principle enjoins us to respect the interdependent web of existence, of which we are a part. Summer is perhaps a traditional time for reaffirming this. One way of reconnecting is to go camping, and we will share some of the feelings that experience … read more.

Great Congregations Make Great Ministers

This summer, whether or not this year’s ministerial search results in a candidacy, you’ll be facing a ministerial transition.  That makes April a good time to consider the nature of ordained leadership in our free faith, and how it connects with the leadership and ministry … read more.

Freeing the Church for Ministry

Looking back on her almost five years as the church’s Develomental Minister, Rev. Sue will share her reflections on the work we’ve done together since 2013, and some thoughts for possible initiatives in the future. This sermon will form part of her Annual Report to … read more.

Epiphany

Services at 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM. Epiphany, which traditionally falls on January 6, is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God as a human being in Jesus. In many cultures the arrival of the wise Magi, bearing gifts for the newborn … read more.

Advent Vespers

This will be a quiet service at 5 PM, focusing on the contemplative dimensions of Advent, Hanukkah, and Solstice.  Vespers are meant to give you a break from hectic preparations, some time to pause and reflect on the deeper meanings of the holidays.

Advent Vespers

This will be a quiet service, focusing on the contemplative dimensions of Advent, Hanukkah, and Solstice. They’re meant to give you a break from hectic preparations, some time to pause and reflect on the deeper meanings of the holidays.

Advent Vespers

This will be a quiet service, focusing on the contemplative dimensions of Advent, Hanukkah, and Solstice. They’re meant to give you a break from hectic preparations, some time to pause and reflect on the deeper meanings of the holidays.