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Sunday, February 25, 10:30am – “What is the Jefferson Bible?”, Neil Schultes

Among his many accomplishments, many do not know that Thomas Jefferson also created his own version of the Bible. Taking a penknife, he pored over the biblical text in Greek, Latin, French, and English and cut and pasted passages to create what we call The Jefferson Bible. Join us this Sunday, in person or on […]

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WATCH: Sunday, February 18 – Equanimity, a Buddhist Perspective, Rev. Carol Wolff

CLICK HERE to watch the service. Join us as guest minister, Rev. Carol Wolf joins us for worship this Sunday.  Equity and Equanimity may not be exact synonyms – but as a Buddhist meditation leader, the latter is a very important part in understanding mindfulness, a central tenet that easily relates to UUism. If you

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WATCH OR READ: This Week’s Sermon – Rev. Craig Nowak, “Water Bottles and Middle Seats”

To Watch the Service: Click HereTo Read the Sermon: Click Here Take a break from the opportunistic clickbait and angry Twitter rants that plague our times and come hear how liberating love is alive and well and quietly changing the world. If you are unable to join us in person, join us on Facebook Live.

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Sunday, January 7, 10:30am: “The Interconnected Web of Modern Life” Rachel  Schmitt, seminarian

Today’s service will address the importance of mutual care and the challenges that face us in a society where it is so easy to meet our basic needs without community. Join us in person or on Facebook Live. Rachel is a second year Masters of Divinity candidate at Yale Divinity School pursuing Ordination in the Unitarian Universalist

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