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"We Are Love"      May 6
    Rev. Erin Dajka-Holley
"Covenant, Not Creed"
        Rev. Eve Stevens

"Our Discomfort with Prophets"
        Rev. Eve Stevens

Sundays 10:30-11:30 am
  Join us for a hospitality hour following each service.

June 24 - Flower Communion We exchange flowers to symbolize beauty, human uniqueness, and our shared community. Extra flowers are available, or bring your own. When the Nazis took control of Prague in 1940, they found the Unitarian gospel of the inherent worth and beauty of every human person to be extremely dangerous. Dr. Norbert Cepak, founder of the modern Unitarian movement, was sent to Dachau, where he was killed. His message of human hope and decency lives on in the Flower Communion service.

July 1- Rev. Dr. Randy Becker.    “Half-times”  Mid-point in the calendar year is a good occasion to reflect on what it means to be mid-way along on any journey.  Is it a matter of time?  Is it a matter of attitude?  Is it a matter of courage?  How do we find the perspective through which mid-points are more way-markers than deciding lines?

July 8-  Harp & Harmony
Rev. Timothy Hume Behrendt and Peg Spencer Behrendt will present music and reflections on the theme, "World Religions' Greatest Hope." What is the moral state pf being that all the world religions aspire to? Hope for this reality encourages the music they will present from the Classical, Celtic, Folk & Ancient Music traditions.

"A church where people with many different beliefs come together,
in faith & pursuit of social justice. ~ All are welcome!"

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We nurture spiritual community, honor diversity, and advocate for social justice.

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