You are warmly invited to join us each week for Sunday morning services beginning at 11AM. Childcare is provided along with religious education for children and youth ages 0-18. Hope to see you there!

March 3rd at 11AM
The Future of Our Congregation
Rev. Schuyler Vogel
Join us for our special “Celebration Sunday” as we explore where our congregation is headed and how we can deepen and expand our life together. We’ll kick-off our Landmark Preservation Campaign to save our building and share how we can grow our work of justice, community, and faith.

March 6th at 7pm

Evening Service
An evening service to re-center ourselves during the week, connect more deeply with one another and deepen our spiritual exploration. We’ll explore a monthly spiritual theme together, sing and listen to music, hear
reflections and readings, and share our joys and  concerns of our lives. The theme this month is “Change”. We hope you’ll join us.

March 10th at 11AM
Why Idealism, Not Pragmatism, Will Save Us
Rev. Schuyler Vogel
In today’s world, there seem to be battle lines drawn between realists and idealists, between those whose see what can be done, versus what could be done. Today, we’ll explore how these philosophies have influenced the world of social change and how they continue to impact our country as we work for justice and peace.

March 17th at 11AM
Down, But Not Out
Leonisa Ardizzone
Sometimes when things get too rough our despair overtakes us. But, what can we learn from our “rock bottom” and how can we find a way through?

March 24th at 11AM
Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil
Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson
From enslavement to lynching, and now mass incarceration, Black people in America have been subject to extraordinary surveillance and control. Sharing from her recent experience in Alabama, Rev. Johnson explores this history, telling the story of racial injustice in America. She asks us to consider how we, as people of faith, are called to interrupt this narrative, and to help create a new story.

March 31st at 11AM
The Deal with Unitarian Universalists and World Religions
We Unitarian Universalists pride ourselves on being welcoming of all faith traditions and backgrounds. Many of us even hyphenate our religious identities: we are Unitarian Universalist-Christians, or UU-Buddhists, or Jewish-UUs. Today we’ll explore the relationship between our tradition and other faith traditions, and how this can be both challenging and rewarding.