This “Watch Night” service encourages reflection on the past year—both its trials and triumphs—while also anticipating what the new year will have in store.
Worship weaves together our own thoughts and experiences with music, beauty, poetry, and words that both comfort and challenge. Our programs for all ages inspire us, and awaken us to our capacities to make a difference in our own lives and in the world. “Our faith is not interested in saving your soul. We’re here to help you unfold the awesome soul you already have.” —Andrea Lerner
A Christmas Eve candlelight service with lots of stories and carols, ending with the traditional candle lighting and “Silent Night.” Bring your family, including your extended family if they are with you, a plate of cookies to share, and join your church family to celebrate … read more.
I am a religious humanist, so I don’t believe in a lot the traditional stuff about Christmas; yet I also like Christmas and all the trappings and find any excuse to sing the carols. Also, I realize that Jesus is the reason there is a … read more.
We all know that the stores have had their Christmas decorations and merchandise out since Labor Day, that radio and TV have long since started their “holiday” programming, and that Santa arrived on Thanksgiving; so with 7 shopping days left many of us are already … read more.
December is the month of Holidays and we do like to celebrate holidays, but which December holiday should we celebrate? Hanukkah? Solstice? Christmas? Kwanzaa? Or all four? Join us this Sunday and we will try to decide. Lots of thoughts, ideas, and lots of music.