Topic: Life

The Great Human Experiment

The challenge for the earth is how its most powerful experiment, humanity, will respond to self-destruction. Can humanity’s greatest assets, perseverance, creativity, compassion and vision, among some, save us from ourselves? The theme for February is “perseverance.”

 A Service of Poetry and Song with Guest Brad Yoder.

Livestreamed at 10:30

This lay-led service will comprise some favorite poems on the themes of summer, music, and the joys and mysteries of the human experience. A sung homily will be delivered by the local musician Brad Yoder whose faith and love inspire.

“What can one little person do?” 

Livestreamed  at 10:30 am (prelude begins at 10:25)

Khasi Hills Partnership Sunday 

Celebrate the fascinating story of Unitarian minister and trailblazer Annie Margaret Barr, who, motivated by a meeting with Mahatma Gandhi, founded or inspired most schools in the Khasi Hills of India, including the one … read more.

“The End of the World as We Know It”

In human history, there are strong reoccurring stories predicting the end of the world, many in dramatic apocalyptic fiery stages of redemption and revenge.  Our Theme of the Month is Myth and Symbols; as we face uncertain times, what stories and myths can help us now?