Upcoming Services

October 3rd  Frances Mercer

Beware Labels--All Beings Are Plurals

During this service we will be challenged to think about identity and diversity in a different way by author and founder of the Moral Courage Project at the Univesity of Southern California, Irshad Manji, Don't Label Me: An Incredible Conversation for Divided Times.  Our conversation will be stimulated by viewing an interview of Irshad Manji by Margaret Hoover on PBS Firing Line 5/21/21.

October 10th  Frances Mercer

Should Columbus Day Become Indigenous People's Day?  Is Honoring Columbus Disrespecting Indigenous Peoples?

According to History at history.com: "Columbus Day is a U.S. holiday that commemorates the landing of Christopher Columbus in the Americas in 1492.  It was unofficially celebrated in a number of cities and states as early as the 18th century, but did not become a federal holiday until 1937.  For many, they holiday is a way of both honoring Columbus' achievements and celebrating Italian-American heritage.  But throughout its history, Columbus Day and the man who inspired it have generated controversy.  Many alternatives to the holiday have been proposed since the 1970s including Indigenous People's Day, now celebrated in several U.S. states."  With reference to UU principles (the inherant worth and dignity of every person and justice, equity, and compassion in human relations), we will explore the controversy and alternatives.  

October 17th  Rev David Weissbard

Title TBD (monthly theme Cultivating Relationships)

As always we look forward to Rev. Weissbard's stimulating perspectives on current issues--awakening our thoughts and stirring our actions as UUs.  

October 24th  Sylvia Heap

Celebrating United Nations Day--All In for Climate Justice: Food Equity and Sustainability--Celebrating the Unitarian Universalist-United Nations Connection

Sylvia Heap as our liaison to the Unitarian Universalist Office at the United Nations (UU@UN) will lead us in this celebration, as she has done for many years.

October 31st  Frances Mercer

A Multigenerational Celebration of Halloween’s Fun, Scary and Spiritual Elements
This is a service for all ages. Please feel free to come in costume or not. Children will “trick or
treat” for UNICEF (the United Nations program for assisting children and their families), so adults
please bring treat money.

November 7th  Austin Kenyon

Title TBD (monthly theme Holding History)

November 14th  Rev David Weissbard

Title TBD (monthly theme Holding History)

November 21st  Robert South

The Limits of Hospitality

November 28th  Rev JJ Flagg

Title TBD (monthly theme Holding History)

December 5th  

Title TBD (monthly theme Opening to Joy)

December 12th  Rebv David Weissbard

Title TBD (monthly theme Opening to Joy)

December 19th  

Title TBD (monthly theme Opening to Joy)

December 24th  Sarah O'Connell

Christmas Eve Service

December 26th  

Title TBD (monthly theme Opening to Joy)

January 2nd  Eleanor Allen

Welcoming New Year

January 9th  Rev David Weissbard

Title TBD (monthly theme Living with intention)


January 16th 

My Muzungu Eyes with Discussion Circle

January 23rd  Pat Sutherland

Bertrand Russel

January 30th  Eleanor Allen

Rethinking How We Think