Worship

June 23, 10:30am – “Houses of Healing” – Laura Kasprow & Beth Chipman

People can change in profound ways.  For imprisoned women, it may be the first time in their life that they have had the opportunity to look at who they are and what factors led to their incarceration. Beth Chipman, shares her work with  a program that brings them this opportunity for inner power and freedom.

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April 14, 10:30am – “Our Appointment with the Green Man” – Jere Armen

Join us for our Earth Day service with Daniela Balzano of  Plastic-Free Guilford, as we consider ways to reduce our plastic footprint and commit to reconnecting with the earth.  While she believes that every small act matters, she strives to create a larger movement and immediate action for our rapidly diminishing oceans and land.

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March 30, 10:30am: “Hungry Hearts – Sue Schaedler and the Worship Committee

The Worship Committee will present a service following our month’s theme of Journey.  The reflection will be a Quest sermon by Darcey Laine called Hungry Hearts.  Have you ever pondered whether to follow your hearts desire or do the things you “should” do? We will explore the idea that following our hearts desire can actually

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Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 10:30am – “Michael Servetus – Our Unitarian Martyr” – Neil Schultes

Our Unitarian and Universalist traditions stemmed from Christian roots.  Today, we will talk about one of our Unitarian Martyrs – Michael Servetus. A theological scholar, physician and master cartographer – Servetus re-launched the theological Unitarian debate in the mid 1500’s.  His influence lasted long after his death and is present even today in some of

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