Join Cindy Fesgen and Dianne McRae for a New Years service and ceremony where we let go of the old year and welcome the New Year with hope. Have a roll of toilet paper, pen, and chocolate handy for the ritual!
Speaker: Cindy Fesgen
The beauty in other beings exists completely for itself–not for any reason other than that the joy of existence. When we accept this non-utilitarian goodness, we tune into the raw delight in the world. “Beauty decenters our ego by helping us realize that life … read more.
Today we celebrate the ways that we two-legged wanderers share our lives the four-leggeds lounging, lunging and leaping We look so different, moving according to the way we were made.
Yet here in this circle,
we are part of one family sharing one planet.
May … read more.
We stand in the gateway to a new year, in a moment of reflection as we remember the past and imagine the future – memories of difficulty and triumph (and most of all, of those times of endurance, keeping on, and life-in-the-middle). Today we remember … read more.
This is an all-ages gathering for those who love the joy of singing traditional Christmas carols and listening to a story of generosity and hope for humankind. And, then we will gather afterward to share some hot chocolate together in the Fellowship Hall! Come share … read more.
Some times vision comes from unexpected places — more in the felt-sense rather that from the mind. In August, about 20% of the congregation participated in a day long visioning workshop with our regional UU representative, Jonipher Kwong. Join a few of the leaders who … read more.
Join Cindy and other members of our congregation as they celebrate educators and share stories of teachers who have made a difference.
What gives you joy and purpose? How are you pursuing your passion? What would it take to get on the road to following and nurturing your passion? Why is finding and following your passion important? Join Worship Associate, Cindy Fesgen for a discussion on this … read more.
We are traveling together along a path in to the future. How can a labyrinth walk be a useful spiritual practice in our personal and community lives. This is an experience you don’t want to miss.
This is a celebration of the mystery of time, its manifestations in our lives of past, present, and future, and of taking stock of all of these aspects of our existence. Join us to toast both joys and sorrows of the past year and to … read more.