During the month of September we are exploring the theme of Expectation

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“I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding.”

~ John O’Donohue


Sunday, September 22, 2019


Faith Development at 10:00am: 

Adult Program: Faith in Action

Expected Inheritance

What should our children expect us to leave behind? Breathable air? Drinkable water? Arable land?  A diverse biosphere?  From Flint to Brazil, we seem to have placed short-term economic gain over long-term environmental protection.  Yet, history has shown us that we can rise to the ecological challenges: the Cuyahoga River fires, the Ozone layer, the Santa Barbara oil platform spill, acid rain. And now, young people across the globe are telling us what they expect to inherit. 

Program developed and facilitated by Dan Kelly

Multigenerational Family Program: Miracles

The Miracle of Close Attention

This session cultivates participants’ ability to notice the miraculous. They discover that “looking with absolute attention,” a teaching of poet and novelist May Sarton (1912-1995), can bring them in touch with their own capacity for “direct experience of mystery and wonder.”

Facilitated by Noël Lemen


Worship Service at 11:00am: 

Facing Death with Life

I often say to people that Unitarian Universalists are more concerned with how we live in the here and now than what happens to us when we die. But how do we approach the interconnection between life and death? 

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

Daniel Bailey, Worship Associate


Followed by:

12:15 – Congregational Finances 101: information for members


We look forward to seeing you Sunday!