Speaker: J. Sylvan

Bad Witches

October is Witches Month! We’re starting by looking at “bad” witches in our stories and in pop culture. What can we learn from the trope of the “bad witch?” Join Minister J Sylvan and let’s explore together

The Big Bang: The Scientific Creation Story

This September, we are looking at creation stories. We don’t tend to think of the Big Bang as a creation story, because we think of science as diametrically opposed to myth. But what if we looked at what we know about the beginnings of our … read more.

Water Communion

Our annual Water Communion services will be an all-ages celebration of the milestones of our individual life journeys and how our stories mix and mingle in beloved community. Please plan to bring some water with you to church on Sunday August 28 from a source … read more.

Animal Blessing

We’ll celebrate our furry, feathered and scaly companions, honoring how their presence enriches our lives and offering our blessings to their lives. Plan to bring your family pet(s) with you to church on Sunday August 21 for this extra special worship service for all ages … read more.

Into the Unknown

Whether it’s long-haired prophets from biblical times or modern statisticians and pollsters, we long for someone to tell us what’s going to happen next. But unforeseen (and unknown) variables can crash even the most well-researched predictions, and we are often caught off-guard and unprepared. How … read more.

We (Still) Need to Talk About White Supremacy

Our denomination faced a major reckoning with its own White Supremacy culture in 2017. Since then, much attention has been paid to dismantling it. Let’s take a look at how far we have and haven’t come, and where to go next.

Celebrating Beth Jordan

Our beloved Choir Director, Beth Jordan, is retiring after over 20 years of service. Join us in wishing her and her husband Steve “happy trails” as they set off on their next great adventure!

Going Backwards

Mainstream American society is highly goal oriented. What does that mean for us as a faith community, and us as religious individuals? How is our experience impacted when it feels like we aren’t making progress? Let’s explore together.