Sunday Service January 16th, 2022

January 16th

Malcolm and Martin: Comparing Malcolm X and MLK most people know Malcolm X as the guy that said “by any means necessary”, and MLK as the non-violent one. What if, however, our perceptions of the two men are tainted not by their actual actions and words, but how they made us feel? One we remember as welcoming and talking about love, the other we remember as confrontational and talking about violence. Are our memories correct? Come to church to find out.

Minister: Rev. Julie Brock

Worship Associates: Judy Withee & Susan Bartholome

Music: Roger Corman

Sunday Service January 9th, 2022

Inoculated Against Each Other?
January 9th
Most of the time when Unitarian Universalist Minister preach about justice issues, they are preaching to the choir, sometimes literally. Sometimes, however, there are issues that cut through the community, where people, even within UU circles don’t agree. Vaccines seems to be in controversial topic of our times. But if we don’t talk about controversial things, we will never make it through together.
Service Leader: Rev. Julie Brock
Worship Associate: Eric Fischer
Music: Alan Bell and Roger Corman

Sunday, January 2nd, 2022


Please join us for the first service of the New Year on Sunday, January 2, 2022. The theme for the month of January is Living with Intention and the service topic is Reflect, Release, Renew. Our Lay Chaplains, who have witnessed, held our hands, and listened well to all our joys and sorrows throughout 2021, will lead us in a contemplative service in which we will pause to reflect on the joys and sorrows of the past year, release that which no longer serves us, and renew our commitment to live with grace, hope, and love in the new year. The service will include readings, meditation, beautiful music, and ritual.

Lay Chaplains: Paula Hammett, Bruce Hope, Lucia Milburn, Judy Ervice, Mary Lill Lee, Gayle Shirley, Barbara Kezur

Worship Associate: Judy Withee

Sunday, December 26, 2021 Worship Service

SERVICE LEADER: Roger Corman, guest speaker WORSHIP ASSOCIATE: Clare Whitfield MUSICIAN: Sally Jones

Groundhog Day. Did you see the movie in the ’90s? Bill Murry was tortured by having to live the same day over and over again. In the end though, he was able to turn his circumstance into opportunity. He perfected his day, and made the most out of it. What if we lived each day as if it were practice for improving ourselves for the rest of our lives? Come hear about it from someone talented enough to preach and play for this service, as Roger Corman is our guest speaker.


SERVICE LEADER: Rev. Julie Brock and Rev. Bev Spears
MUSICIAN: Roger Corman

BIRTHING NEW HOPE FOR THE WORLD- Come join us for a contemplative Christmas Eve service complete with candles, stories, and a celebration of the season of hope.

Sunday Service – Honoring Our Ancestors: Samhain, All Saint’s Day, All Hallow’s Eve, Dias de los Muertos

Honoring Our Ancestors: Samhain, All Saint’s Day, All Hallow’s Eve,
Dias de los Muertos

Many cultures recognize that this is the time of the year when the world feels a bit spooky. People say the veil between the worlds grows thin and we can connect with loved ones that have moved on from this life. Today we honor our loved ones past. Please bring a memento of one of your ancestors, as we build an altar to honor them.

Sunday Service – We Belong Together

SERVICE LEADERS: Rev. Bonnie Dlott and Era Capone
with Worship Associate Clare Whitfield
MUSIC: Roger Corman
We Belong Together

Belonging is a basic human need. We identify ourselves by who we belong with, as members of families, residents of town or cities, and members of political parties, churches, and possibly baseball teams. At the service today, we will explore what “belonging” to a religious community can mean, explicitly and implicitly, and consider why the experience of “belonging” can be transformative in some cases, and meaningless in others.