Rev. Bruce Beisner

Christmas Eve

Christmas Eve Services at 5:30pm and 7:00pm

The coming of Christmas means carols, readings, stories and wonderful music from our Choir. Our Christmas Eve services this year will be on Monday night December 24 at 5:30pm and 7:00pm.  Bring your family and friends and join us in honoring … read more.

Looking Back and Looking Forward

The coming of a New Year offers us the opportunity to reflect on the past, how it has shaped us, and the need to learn from our missteps and regrets. It is also an opportunity to reaffirm our shared aspirations for what might and can … read more.

Celebrating Other People’s Holidays

From mid-November and mid-January, there are over 29 different holidays celebrated by people of diverse religions and cultures around the world. From Christmas and Solstice to Hanukkah and Kwanzaa, there are so many amazing stories and traditions from which to find meaning and direction. Rev. Bruce will explore how … read more.

Leaps of Faith

Unitarian Universalist history is an epic story of religious innovation. Over the last two centuries, our churches have produced bold thinkers who introduced new and at times controversial concepts of what our faith could become. We’ll talk about our journey from liberal Christianity to Religious … read more.

This Little Light of Mine

As the Jewish observance of Chanukah begins, we will be explore the story of how light enabled the people to repair their broken world and re-establish their connections to what is most holy and sacred. Several church members will be join Rev. Bruce in sharing … read more.

In the Name of Love

Our Unitarian Universalist faith teaches us that love has the power to transform the world. But our history and our life experience shows us that love does not always win. What do we do when division triumphs over compassion, when hate feels like a greater … read more.

Stone Soup – Now More Than Ever

On this Sunday before Thanksgiving, we will re-visit the popular story of “Stone Soup” and explore how its message of generosity and communal responsibility is perhaps more important for than ever. Our services on November 18 will be for all0ages and will feature some special … read more.

Me Too

Author Sue Monk Kidd has written, “Empathy is the most mysterious transaction that the human soul can have, and it’s accessible to all of us, but we have to give ourselves the opportunity to identify, to plunge ourselves in a story where we see the … read more.

We Have Nothing to Fear But…

On this Halloween weekend, we’ll explore fear. With the uncertainties of our changing society, the tragedies of violence and oppression, and the stresses and strains of everyday life, how does our spirituality help us live with our fears of the known and the unknown? Our … read more.