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From Rev. David Herndon
Dec 2015 - One paradox of the December Holiday Season is that we have high expectations of what the holidays will provide for us – spiritually, aesthetically, emotionally, relationally. At the same time, we  ..

Board Report - November 2015
Nov 2015 - Your Board met on November 11, a week earlier than usual, because of the PIIN Annual Meeting on the 18th. Brady’s opening words reflected his recent thoughts on how the changing of the seasons rem ..

We Trust You With the Holy Things-Steven Mead
Nov 2015 - The title comes from one of my favorite quotes from Lutheran pastor, Nadia Bolz-Weber. There are lots of holy things around a church--around a life, too. Most of the holy things I deal with r ..

From Rev. David Herndon
Nov 2015 - In the 1940s and 1950s, it was the Jefferson Club and the Thomas Paine Club. In the 1990s, it was the Twenties and Thirties group (aka TNTs). In 2002, it became the Unitarian Universalist Communit ..

Board Report - October 2015
Oct 2015 - Your Board held its October meeting on the usual third Wednesday of the month. Marty Lieb read opening words from a Buddhist parable on grace and charity. Ward told everyone of a new series of inf ..

From Rev. David Herndon
Oct 2015 - One of the best ways to build strength and vitality within our church community is for church members and friends to become better acquainted with one another. And one of the best ways for people  ..

I Promise - Steven Mead
Sep 2015 - I Promise In This Special Place You will hear me use that phrase often - this Special Place. Special Place, the language we use to describe whenever two of us meet together for sacred purpos ..

Board Report – September 2015
Sep 2015 - Your Board gathered on September 16, with Joan offering opening words from Thalassa, “To the Four Directions,” found in Singing the Living Tradition. The many visitors who attended the meeting (12 ..

Yearn For the Sea - From Steven Mead
Sep 2015 - Antoine de Saint-Exupery teaches us that “If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless imme ..

From Rev. David Herndon
Sep 2015 - One primary purpose of this church is to assist you with your personal spiritual journey, guided by the values and principles of our Unitarian Universalist faith tradition. As Unitari ..

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