This service officially begins our congregational year. People bring water from their travels or their own tap. We honor this incredible resource, we gather it to be used as we dedicate children throughout the coming year. Vivian Ashcraft is the Worship Associate. The choir … read more.
Has your nose picked-up delightful smells this summer? The RE Summer Program has focus on studying world culture and cooking up good things. Students will be invited to reproduce some of their favorites.
The congregation is invited to bring a dish of their … read more.
Note this is the start of our summer schedule.
At the end of the year, the RE facilitators and children share what they have learned.
The Annual Meeting is exciting this year! So grab a wrap from the fundraiser for the Coming Age Class and join … read more.
How appropriate to have a multi-generational service focused on transformation. What WOULD you like to be when you grow up?
As we take another look at humility, the mirror will focus us…all puns intended! History is filled with myths and stories about the insight of mirrors.
How do we treat one another with loving kindness? Join us for this multigenerational service.
At 7pm: This will be our traditional service with readings and stories and carols. You are welcome to bring some of those extra Christmas cookies for sharing after the service. There will be non-alcoholic Wassail after the service.
Gratitude for what comes to us, for what we can share, for the amazing experiences life grants to us; gratitude for community itself. We gather to focus on all of these things as we share simple bread and clean water.
Really. Whoever you are, we welcome you. This multi-generation service will feature Shel Silverstein story, creating words in many languages, and focus on welcoming our neighbors.
Our 9:30 service will encompass story, music, and visuals. Our 11:00 service will be less “active” with a little more time for contemplation. This service is multigenerational. There are no RE classes, only Nursery care offered.