Everyday Courage

Reverend David Horst leads a worship service on the everyday acts of courage that create a better world.

The Reformation at 500

Five hundred years after Martin Luther challenged the doctrines of the Catholic Church, what is the state of the Protestant movement he originated, and where do Unitarian Universalists fit in a world shaped by this long-ago revolution?  Reverend David Horst leads a service of worship and exploration.

October 8: Blessing of the Animals

We invite you and your animal companions to our all-ages Blessing of the Animals service on Sunday morning, October 8, at 10:30. David Horst, Minister; Lynn Sodora, Director of Religious Education; and Denise Corsi Hernandez and Heather Troyer, Church Members, lead the service. Rev. Horst’s reflection topic is “Unconditional Love.” The blessing takes place in … Continued

This I Believe

Great service on personal faith development.

“God is Creativity”

‘God is Creativity’ is next Sunday’s topic. We introduce our next monthly theme “creation” on Sunday, April 3, at the all-ages First Sunday service. David Horst, Minister; Matt Anderson, Director of Music; Robin Slaw, Director of Lifespan Faith Development, and Peter Horton, Worship Associate, lead the service. David’s sermon topic is “God is Creativity,” an exploration into a conception of God … Continued

March 27: Easter Sunday Celebration

We will celebrate Easter Sunday with joyful singing and the eternal message of rebirth and hope. Join us for this all-ages celebration on March 27 at 10:30 a.m. featuring Robert René Galván and the Choir, the House Band, and a sermon entitled “Born Again!” What meaning can Unitarian Universalists find in the magical Easter story of Jesus’s … Continued

January 10: Volunteer and Leadership Sunday

Join us for Volunteer and Leadership Sunday, January 10, at 10:30 a.m. David Horst, Minister, Robin Slaw; Director of Lifespan Faith Development; and Charlie O’Reilly, Worship Associate, lead a service focusing on congregational volunteering and leadership in conjunction with the Volunteer Fair. In his 1994 autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom, Nelson Mandela gave us a biblical metaphor of … Continued

January 3: First Sunday service introduces ‘resistance’ theme

On Sunday morning, January 3, at 10:30, Robin Slaw, Director of Lifespan Faith Development, and Susan Gempler, Worship Associate, lead the all-ages First Sunday service and introduce the monthly theme resistance. Robin’s sermon topic is “How Gender Defines Our Lives (or Doesn’t!).” The first words out of a birth attendant’s mouth as we enter this … Continued