Upcoming Services

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We welcome you to join us at a Sunday service, which are held at 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. Nursery care is offered at both services for infants to 4 year olds. Religious Education classes for preschool through 6th graders meet at the 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. services and 7th and 8th grade students meet at the 10:45 a.m. service. Breakfast Club for high school students meets from 10:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Please join us!

March 4 Living In Two Worlds by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
As a religious community, we constantly strive to balance our work between two worlds: The spiritual (or ideal and visionary), and the material (or real and physical). We also try to support each of these worlds enough to allow the other to flourish. How can we align our work to balance these two worlds well?

March 11 Social Media Sunday by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
There are wonderful advantages to social media, as well as challenges! Come today to engage in this dialogue about balancing these competing joys and drawbacks, and to participate in fun ways both “high tech” and “low tech.” We’ll have a photographer taking great photos today for our Fellowship’s social media presence. If you can’t, or don’t want, your image taken for this purpose, there will be a designated “photo free zone” in the sanctuary.

March 18 Chosen By Complexity; A David and Goliath Story
by Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg

It’s popular in Unitarian Universalism to think about our religious movement as a “chosen” faith. But what does that really mean? Chosen by whom and from among which options? When we focus only on personal choice, we can inadvertently hide and even devalue some of the ways our world helps us decide how to live. If we take a broader and more intentional view, we can celebrate the rich complexity of our individual journeys and even learn how to sustain and strengthen Unitarian Universalism.

March 25 Ostara Pageant  with Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
This all-ages service is in celebration of the neo-pagan festival of Ostara, the goddess whose role is to bring the springtime. Let’s celebrate spring and new life with the help of our children and youth, and learn where the “Easter Bunny” came from, after all!

April 1 Expect the Unexpected by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
This Easter falls on April Fool’s Day, so let’s contemplate the power of “the unexpected,” and how we can use the surprising messages of Easter in our own lives.