Water Communion & Joining a Circle for Connection

This Sunday, Sept. 11, we’ll be celebrating a unique ceremony created by Unitarian Universalist women to celebrate life. You can check out the history of the Water Communion here. We will be coming together with friends and family to share water that is representative of times and conditions in our … Continue reading

Join Us to the Start of Our New Church Year: new minister, activities, social action

We consider our church year the same as the school year in general, so it’s a celebratory beginning to come together after the summer the Sunday after Labor Day weekend. This Sunday we will meet our new interim minister, Rev. David O’Quill during our annual in-gathering and water communion (see … Continue reading

Summer changes in staff, classes, events, and news

Pete’s last day with us will be tomorrow, so please come to say good-bye to him. ADORE takes the summer off and will continue to meet in October. Fish Fry and Blues Jam is also taking off for the summer and may start again in Sept. – keep a watch-out … Continue reading

“Four Spiritualties” free class starts Sun. 9:30 AM

Four Spiritualties: Expressions of Self, Expressions of Spirit This is an eight session series based on Rev. Peter Richardson’s book of the same name, PLUS the work of Dr. David Merrill, PLUS my own work on organizational behavior. All this is based on the writings of the mother – daughter … Continue reading

60th Anniversary Celebration with NEW Religious Education Programming

November 2 is this next Sunday and that’s when we start a month of celebrating our 60th anniversary. See our many events on the calendar. We’ll also be starting Religious Education for All Ages at 9:30 AM. This is religious education for questioners, seekers, better understanding of human nature of … Continue reading

Plan for Fall Religious Education for Children & 60th Celebration Year

What we have planned for the fall in religious education for children is a traditional curriculum approach. The Pre-School group is scheduled for Celebrating Me and My World, a curriculum that starts with celebrating the wondrous qualities of children and expands outward to things and people around them. The Elementary … Continue reading

Listening Deeply, Communicating Classes & Worship

This Sat., April 5, we will have a class for our members on Building the Beloved Community. Rev. Amy Russell will help us move forward to being what we want to be – a beloved community dedicated to being multi-racial, multi-cultural, and multi-generational.  We’ll spend some time expressing our feelings, … Continue reading

Upcoming in 2014: Racial Justice & BYOT class

The following Press Release outlines some of our upcoming programs around Racial Justice. Look for a new page on this site soon that will tie them all together. In addition, check out the upcoming Building Your Own Theology class. The class is free, but registration is requested. Check out the … Continue reading

Book Discussion Group – “Speak Peace in a World of Conflict”

“Speak Peace in a World of Conflict” by Marshall Rosenberg, will be the first book for a new book discussion group. Sessions will be held on the four Sundays in November starting at 12:30 pm. If you would like to participate, contact Roz Winard in person or by email at … Continue reading

“Learning About The Birds And The Bees… At Sunday School”

We are proud to be part of a community that offers OWL classes (Our Whole Lives sexuality education) which was featured in a story on WAMU recently – read about and listen to it here. This course is available for a variety of age groups starting with early elementary, with … Continue reading

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