Topic: Holidays

Letting Go

It’s hard to move forward if you’re mired in your own past. This is as true for communities as it is for individuals. The more people focus on old conflicts and grievances and disappointments, real or imagined, the more likely it is that their efforts … read more.

Cookies, Carols and Conversation

Note that this service starts at 2 p.m.

Join us in person for an informal get-together with cookies, carols, and conversation as we celebrate togetherness and the many meanings of Christmas.

Service Leader and Coordinator: Dan LeDuc

Zoom will not be available for this service.

Learning New Ways from the Old

Note that this service starts at 2 p.m.

“Lighting trees in darkness, learning new ways from the old, making sense of history and drawing warmth out of the cold,” sings Dar Williams in her playful seasonal ballad, The Pagans and the Christians. There’s no shortage of … read more.

Pilgrims on the Emmaus Road

This Easter Sunday, please join us for a service led by Rev. Stefan Jonasson. He will talk to us about some of the Easter stories and myths in the New Testament and what wisdom they can offer us.

The Choir will sing.

Service Coordinator: Jill Moats

Sermon Video

Pilgrims on … read more.

Season’s Greetings

“Season’s Greetings” is both an unstructured Zoom meeting, and a small gathering at the church, where participants will have an opportunity to chat with one another. Bring your greetings, your cheer, your thoughts about the year past, and your hopes for the year to come. … read more.

A Time for Sweet Surprises

Note the special service time of Saturday, December 24, 2022 at 6 p.m.

The poet Margaret Sangster described Christmas as “the time of the year for the sweet surprise.” With the passing years, it becomes harder for many to feel surprised as the Yuletide approaches, and yet … read more.

A Tomb is No Place to Stay

Even though we have roots in Christianity, UUs have a very different perspective on Easter than what you’ll find in a mainline church. Our emphasis on Jesus as a human teacher and community organizer asks us to reckon with the idea that the tomb was … read more.