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Upcoming Services

ALL SERVICES ARE HELD AT 10:00 AM IN THE SUMMER.
CLASSES FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH ARE ALSO AT 10:00.

Sunday, July 2: Rev. Fred Muir “The Heart Knoweth”

Ralph Waldo Emerson had his finger on the pulse of our nation.  Ahead of his time, his “Harvard Divinity School Address” – called by one Unitarian colleague “The latest form of infidelity” – was simply carrying forward the spirit as witnessed in the birth of our nation. Join me in this first of several looks at how Unitarian Universalism has been a harbinger of America’s path. Music by Max Ochs and Friends.

Sunday, July 9: Eleanor Piez “The Thousand Cranes”

This service for all ages will re-tell the story of Sadako and the thousand cranes, reminding us that hope can outlive despair, and love is stronger than death. Music by Louise Huddleston. No RE today. 

Sunday, July 16: Rev. John Crestwell “Fanatics Part 1 – Zealots”

What is a fanatic? Must we be fanatical to accomplish great things or move society forward? Are zealots a hindrance or help in the world? Music by Betsy Kraning.

Sunday, July 23: Rev. Fred Muir “AWAKE”

Ralph Waldo Emerson’s disciple, Henry Thoreau wrote from Walden Pond: “We must learn to reawaken and keep ourselves awake, not by mechanical aids, but by an infinite expectation of the dawn.” Thoreau’s expectations were and remain robust in our nation, and in Unitarian Universalism. Join me as I continue looking at how our way of faith has been a harbinger of America’s path. Music by Josh Long.

Sunday, July 30: Eleanor Piez “Saying Goodbye”

Saying goodbye is often necessary, and almost always hard. In the words of Dr. Seuss, “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” This will be Eleanor Piez’ last time in the pulpit as our intern and summer minister. Music by Sara Jones.