This Month's ONLINE Services
Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

Living Our Principles In a Time of Social Distancing!

January 3
“What Time Is It? 2021 Version”

Rev. Jane Page, Worship Leader
Rev. Jane begins the new year with an updated version of her classic sermon based on the third chapter of Ecclesiastes. This is the chapter with familiar words heard at funerals and in Pete Seeger’s song, popularized by The Byrds' song, "Turn. Turn, Turn."

January 10
"Breaths (1001) – Ancestors"

Rev. Jane Page, Worship Leader
Rev. Jane begins a series of sermons using songs from Singing the Journey (teal hymnal) as her sacred text. The words from this Ysaye Barnwell song were adapted from a poem by Birago Diop (1906-1989) and focuses on Ancestors.

January 17

“What Would Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Say?”

Please join us as our own Stephanie Spencer presents “What Would Dr, Martin Luther King, Jr. say?” Stephanie will explore King’s messages to UU’s and their relevance today. She’ll also examine the question, “How Open Is The Door?” as we check our readiness to move forward with anti-racist work.

NOTE: There is a NEW Meeting ID

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January 24
 "Restoring the Soul of our Nation:  A Post-Inaugural Pastoral Message" 
(revised topic for Jan 24)

Rev. Jane Page, Worship Leader

On this first Sunday after the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, Rev. Jane shares a message of hope and provides an opportunity for the congregation to reflect on possibilities for the future.  How can we as individuals, as congregations, and as a movement contribute to restoring the soul of this nation?  Join us at 10:30 in our Zoom Sanctuary for this important and meaningful service.

January 31
"There’s a River (1007) – Self Worth"

Rev. Jane Page, Worship Leader
This is the second message in Rev. Jane’s series using songs from Singing the Journey as her scared text. This hymn with a “slow gospel feel” focuses on self-worth and inspires a message to uplift us.

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