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

Living Our Principles in a Time of Social Distancing!

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Hearing Assistance System available w bo
(in-person or online via Zoom)
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We have a sign posted on the church building door to indicate our current policy for our building.

If you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link:

January 1
"A New Year's Message"
Rev. Jane Page

Rev. Jane helps us welcome 2023 with a special service related to the New Year, including an exploration of Atonement!
Anthem: Metta

January 8
"Dammed Justice"
Clint Tawes

Justice is often compared to a flowing river, yet our experience tells us that it is a river that often does not flow freely. It is my hope that this sermon will spark both an internal and external dialogue that will help us to identify and dismantle barriers to justice. When justice is dammed, how can we make it flow freely again?

January 15
"Why Religion?"
Rev. Jane Page

Rev. Jane begins her series on "Big Questions" with questioning whether humans have evolved the need for religion.

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There will be a new member joining service on January 15th. 
If you wish to become a member at this time, please contact Carolyn Wallace at

January 22
"Light/Dark: Cycles of the Sun - Bridging the Binary"
Carolyn Wallace

Carolyn will present the story of how astronomers from two paleolithic cultures, one in Scotland and one in New Mexico, kept close track of the movement of the sun and stars. Archaeologists believe that ancient spiritual beliefs were closely tied to these natural cycles. Using only stones, these people invented ways to insure they knew where they stood in relation to the time of day, month and year.

January 29
Guest speaker, Megan Desrosiers

Subject of service will be provided the week leading up to January 29.

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