Feb. 5, 10:30 a.m. Rev. Dawn Sangrey


Sensing the Enemy

The election this fall revealed Americans to be a deeply divided people. Many of us do not recognize our neighbors who are on “the other side.” Where did they come from? Who are they? On the world stage, the United States seems entrenched in perpetual war. Since 1776, America has been at war 222 out of 239 years. Who are our enemies? How can we find our way to peace?   



Jan. 29, 10:30 a.m. Mike Steger

Spirit in Practice Service No. 3:

 Justice Practices

We would like to change the world for the better. As Unitarian Universalists, our spiritual lives and our social engagement should not only co-exist but should be fully integrated.  This interactive service will focus on finding the intersection between faith and action while identifying how we can turn spiritual intent to do good in the world.


Jan. 22, 10:30 a.m. Rev. Dawn Sangrey


Baby with the Bath Water

Continuing our exploration of theology begun last month with humanism, we will take up the thorny question of religious language. Can we talk about what we believe with words that everyone can hear? What prevents us from accepting the religious discourse of others? The sermon is an argument in favor of traditional religious language. Opportunity will be provided for congregational reflection and sharing


Jan. 8, 10:30 a.m. Rev. Dawn Sangrey


Learning to Exhale


As we begin a new year together, these questions: How can I make room for the new in my life? What can I release, let go of? What am I willing to surrender, to question, to sacrifice in order to realize the world that I believe in? How can I become more open to working with other people? What can we do together in this religious community to bring the world we live in closer to the world we long for?            


Jan. 15, 10:30 a.m Laurie Young


Spirit in Practice Service No. 2:

Mind Practices 

Our second theme service explores the intersection of reason and spiritual practice. The spiritual life and the intellectual life do not have to be mutually exclusive. In fact, we may discover that actively involving our minds is essential if we are to have a whole and well-rounded spiritual life.