This Month's ONLINE Services - Sundays at 10:30 a.m.

Living Our Principles in a Time of Social Distancing!

Currently, because of COVID-19 we are only having online services.

February 7
“When Our Heart Is In a Holy Place”
Rev. Jane Page, Worship Leader

Rev. Jane leads this service in her series using songs from Singing the Journey as her sacred text.  She will explore and expand on the lyrics in this song (#1008) which helps us to develop the kind of sacredness within us that we need to move forward with peace, love, and joy in the world.
Anthem: "When Our Heart is in a Holy Place"

February 14
“SIDE WITH LOVE” 
(Revised on 2/8/21)
Rev. Jane Page, Worship Leader

For this Valentine’s Day, we will take advantage of the wonderful service provided by the Unitarian Universalist Association for this SIDE WITH LOVE Sunday. This service is coordinated by Rev. Erika Hewitt, UUA Minister of Worship Arts, who recruited a range of UU religious professionals and lay leaders to bring this service to full expression. All worship participants speak from their lived experience, which is grounded in at least one marginalized identity:

  • Dr. Takiyah Nur Amin

  • Laura Conkle

  • Rev. Michael Crumpler

  • Julica Hermann de la Fuente

  • Dr. Tuli Patel

  • Everette Thompson

Join us in our regular Zoom Room.  In addition to enjoying this service, we will hear our own online choir sing “Answering the Call of Love” and have time to share our own Joys and Concerns. Of course, we will also have good fellowship in our breakout rooms after the service.

Anthem: "Answering The Call of  Love" (Standing On the Side of Love)

February 21
Beth Sutton, Worship Leader
“Exploring Water: Essential Source | Essential Symbol”, The TED talk presentation is LaToya Ruby Frazier:  “A Creative Solution for the Water Crisis in Flint, Michigan.”

February 28
Rev. Jane Page, Worship Leader
Guest Minister is Rev. Dr. Mellen Kennedy who will share a message on “Rumi and his Poetry.”

Rev Jane’s fellow seminarian and friend Rev M’ellen Kennedy will visit with us from Vermont via Zoom. She shares a sermon designed to give non-Muslims a brief exposure to what is intriguing about this religion that so many of us do not understand well.  Congregants are invited to bring their favorite Rumi poem to share in the discussion time after the service.
Anthem: "Here We Have Gathered," sung by the ALCJ Quartet. 


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