Speaker: Rev. Jill Cowie

Held and Compelled by the Movement of Our Time

A prophetic church, says Unitarian theologian James Luther Adams interprets the signs of the times in its struggle for human decency and  justice. Prophethood by which each of us, that is everybody, brings the light of faith to work together and make explicit the “epochal” … read more.

Praise: In Honor of St. Francis

Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote, “Love the animals, love the plants, love everything. If you love everything, you will perceive the divine mystery in things. Once you perceive it, you will begin to comprehend it better every day.” A mystery of interconnectedness upon which we all … read more.

Return and Repair

In celebration of the Jewish High Holy Days, this service will explore the practices of forgiveness and reconciliation and the possibility of finding renewal in our relationships.  Practices that seem all the more important as the demeaning dynamic of “cancel culture” permeates our news and … read more.

What Does Love Look Like?

Ordinarily, we as a church would be breaking for the summer grateful for the year together and ready to take a break from the demanding rhythms of church leadership. But these times are far from ordinary. We are in the midst of a … read more.

A Path With Heart

This is a place where we can practice covenant. This is a place where we are invited to know just how much we yearn to and need to be connected to others and where we can do that work of connection, messy, imperfect and beautiful … read more.

Remembering Mary: Mother of All Mothers

This is a service both in honor of mother’s day and memorial day, in which we remember those who mothered us, and honor the Miriam/Marian biblical tradition of celebrating life, strength, and what it looks like to be a prophet such as Mary in our … read more.

Where Do We Go From Here?

We as a people are standing between the threshold of what was and the threshold of what is yet to become. And where we go from here depends a lot of what we do now. Come listen for the cry at the edge … read more.