Speaker: Rev. Dave Egan

The Preacher of Universal Love

The poet Charles Olson:

These days

Whatever you have to say, leave

the roots on, let them dangle

And the dirt

Just to make clear

Where they came from

On this Sunday we’ll explore some of our own religious roots … read more.

Love Thyself

Rupi Kaur says, “How you love yourself is how you teach others to love you”. During this intergenerational service we will talk about the unconditional “agape” love that is at the center of our beings. For if we are to more fully love our partners, … read more.

Love at the Center

This Sunday we will explore the proposed changes to Article II of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s bylaws.  In keeping with our February ministry theme of love, what does it mean to truly place love at the center of our faith?  How might such placement change … read more.

The Better Angels of Our Nature

On the brink of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln, in his first inaugural address, said this: “…We must not be enemies. Though passion may have strained it must not break our bonds of affection….” Lincoln knew that once the war was over, the north and … read more.

The Wisdom of Lao-Tzu

It is good to be reminded that what we proclaim to know for sure only reveals how much we don’t know. As the Tao Te Ching puts it: “Those who know, do not speak. Those who speak, do not know.” Perhaps the wisdom found within … read more.

History and Fate Meet

Lyndon Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act 58 years ago, following the murder of the Rev. James Reeb, a UU Minister, in Selma Alabama. This sermon brings to light a part of history that all UUs should know.

Trying to be Perfect

Come join us for this service where we will ponder the question asked by Mary Oliver: “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” It seems appropriate that we ponder this question when a whole new year … read more.

Christmas Eve Service

A traditional celebration of the season, our intergenerational Christmas Eve service will feature lots of holiday stories, the lighting of candles, and traditional Christmas carols. This service will begin at 5:30 PM. To keep everyone safe and healthy during this indoor service, masks will be … read more.

Good King Wenceslas

“Good King Wenceslas” is a Christmas carol that tells a story of a Bohemian king who goes on a journey, braving harsh winter weather, to give alms to a poor peasant on the Feast of Stephen. The legend is based on the life of the … read more.

Dappled with Shadow

As we enter the season when the days grow shorter and the nights longer, we will explore what it means to have more darkness in our world than light. Is the coming darkness something to be fearful of, or might it be something to embrace? … read more.