Come What May

Reflection by David Velguth, worship leaderSermon by Ali Peters, intern minister2020 threw us all many challenges we had never faced before –challenges that none of us could have predicted. How can we prepare ourselves to meet whatever challenges may await us in 2021 and in the years to come?

Our Better Angels – Christmas Eve

Angels make many appearances in the Christmas story– what might they mean for us today, and what might they be telling us? Story Part I – The Angel Gabriel Comes to MaryGospel: Luke 1:26-38Reflection: Rev. Christina Leone-TracySong: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (verse 1) Story Part II – The Angels Appear to ShepherdsGospel: Luke 2:8-20Reflection:…

Frederick: A Winter Solstice Celebration

Reflection by Ali Peters, intern ministerReflection by Rev. Christina Leone-TracyThe celebration of the winter solstice– the darkness and return of the light — is a time-honored tradition here at the Fellowship and it will continue this year on Zoom. We’ll hear the sweet story of Frederick the mouse, and celebrate the winter together.

Finding Strength in Our Religious Inheritance

by Ali Peters, intern ministerWe have not always been Unitarian Universalists. Many of us come from family histories of different faith traditions. Others of us may have been born into Unitarian Universalist families, but understand that Unitarianism and Universalism used to look very different from the faith we know it to be today. What do…

Enough

by Ali Peters, intern minister“Too much,” and “not enough” are feelings many of us are familiar with. We notice excess and scarcity all the time. This Sunday we will take time to, instead, explore what “enough” feels like. What does it feel like to give enough, to take enough, and to be enough? Join us…

Trusting Seeds

by Ali Peters, intern ministerFaith can be tricky — especially for many of us Unitarian Universalists who may struggle with more traditional religious creeds. But faith can also be a powerful asset when it comes to growing resilience! Together, let’s explore this concept of faith in new ways as we carry ourselves and each other…