Sunday Services


All Sunday services begin at 10:30 AM. 
Coffee Hour follows the service. 

February 24: “The Pagan Path”
— Nichole Romero-Dungan


For Pagans, the interplay between darkness and light and the dynamics of the cyclical and changing seasons are fundamental. Each of these is an expression of a deeper truth. By making a conscious choice to be active participants in the ebb and flow of the natural world, Pagans experience a harmony lifestyle. Pagans are not much different from Unitarian Universalists; each is a community striving for a free and responsible search for truth and meaning, a respect for the interdependent web of all existence and the inherent worth and dignity of each human being, all unified under the umbrella of spiritual growth.

March 3: “Rediscovering Flora Tristan" — Sylvia Manning


Our own Sylvia Manning introduces us to Flora Tristan, considered by many to be the first socialist feminist. Sylvia will use excerpts from her original stage play about Tristan to bring to life a woman whose name has lain in obscurity for far too many years.

Image at left by Unknown - Messieurs de Balzac, Roger de Beauvoir, and Raymond Brucker, Les Belles Femmes de Paris et de la Province (Paris, Au Bureau, 1839-40); Microfilm, History of Women, Reel 154, no. 980., Public Domain, Link

March 10: “Ordinary Reverence” — Reverend Addae Kraba


In his book “Reverence, the Forgotten Virtue” Paul Woodruff asks the reader to discover reverence where it already exists in our lives, rather than lamenting the absence of it. Let’s explore the ordinary reverences that you may have overlooked.

March 17: “Leave Your Boat on the Beach” - Fr. Patrick O'Stevens (who bears an uncanny resemblance to our own Tricia Stevens)


Today's homily is excerpted from "Walking on Water" by Anthony DeMello, an Indian Jesuit priest known for his storytelling which draws from the mystical traditions of both East and West. Fr. O'Stevens, long absent from our pulpit, has returned from Ireland to share with us some of DeMello's stories and wisdom.