Due to the pandemic, our building is open according to our reopening guidelines while our church is fully open online. We invite you to join us for worship via Zoom at 10:30 each Sunday morning. Sign in a few minutes early for casual conversation with everyone else who has already signed in – a welcoming bunch – and you are welcome to stay after the service for a social hour in random break-out groups. Long-time members and visitors alike enjoy getting to know new people in this way.

Most weeks, use the Zoom information below. However, sometimes we “visit” another congregation and use their Zoom link, which will be included in that week’s service description.We also live-stream most of our services directly to our Facebook Page, where they remain available for several hours after, and a few days later, recordings are added to our YouTube channel.

Join the interactive Zoom services at https://zoom.us/j/368701920?pwd=RDc3THNTTWowSzdkaU94bGQ2SnZIZz09
Meeting ID: 368 701 920, Password 548638
From your phone: 1-646-558-8656, ID: 368 701 920#, Password: 548 638#

The Quest for the Unreachable Star

Ken Drake questions whether or not the moral arc of the universe bends towards justice given that for every step forward, there are always two or more steps backwards.

Flower Communion 

As no two flowers are alike, so no two people are alike, yet each has a contribution to make.

Together the different flowers form a beautiful bouquet, just as our congregations form a beautiful community. Bring a flower if convenient for our group bouquet, leave with … read more.

Laugh!

Laughing is a great way to open our hearts and minds. Laughing is good medicine to prepare us for the work to come. Hear and share parables, stories, songs, and poems, and get lots of spiritual permission to laugh (in case you need it). Even … read more.

Be Like a Tree 

A surprising number of Unitarian Universalists find their spiritual grounding in nature, and in particular, through connection to trees. It is exciting to learn how science continues to empirically prove things about trees that many poets, children and spiritual guides have known for millennia. We’ll … read more.