Category: News

Register for an Account

We recently changed our website, and as a result of the change, everyone who had an account will need to create a new account on the new site.

You need a registration to see the items on the Members-only page under the Connection menu. Information on … read more.

The Communicator

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January 2020 Communicator

Adult Drop-In Discussion

We meet on the second Saturday of each month from 10:00 to 11:30 in the living room to discuss the monthly theme. This month the theme is Giving Praise; our new format will provide many opportunities to discuss this theme and how it relates to … read more.

Scrabble, anyone?

Come join us for a game of Scrabble!

The Adult Programming Committee invites you to come and enjoy an afternoon of Scrabble!

We will be meeting at 1:30 in the UU church Sanctuary on the second Tuesday of the month from October 8, 2019 to … read more.

Hospitality Setup Sign-up Sheet

We need some volunteers to help with Sunday mornings for hospitality set up – we are at risk of losing this wonderful part of our time together.

We all enjoy our tea and coffee hospitality after the Sunday service – it is an important part of … read more.

From the Minister’s Study – December, 2019

Our theme this month is The Unexpected.

This congregation has the privilege of currently inhabiting a riverbank in the middle of the city. One side of our property is landscaped foliage, paved streets, traffic lights, and sidewalks upon which people go for a stroll among cultivated … read more.

From the Minister’s Study – November 2019

This month, during our theme of Giving Praise, I’m going to share some words from my colleague, the Rev. Jordinn Nelson Long. She posted this essay about her experience of hospitality in her congregation, and about how profound and important it is to our shared … read more.