All services are held on Sundays at 11:00 am unless otherwise noted.
January 14 – “The Tears We Cannot Stop” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder
Based on the book by Michael Eric Dyson, which he characterized as a “sermon” to white America. On this Martin Luther King Sunday we will revisit white supremacy and anti-racism in our culture and what it means for us as individuals and as a congregation.
January 21 – “Aging Gracelessly” by Don Hymel
Don Hymel takes a sideways look at age, aging, and ageism. There will be appropriate music by Fein Tuned.
January 28 – “These Wounds I Had on Crispian’s Day” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder
There is a saying attributed to Nietzsche that “what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.” Overcoming life’s challenges can be exhilarating and inspiring rather than debilitating. As Henry V put it in his famous monologue, the wounds one suffers in battle may one day be the scars that one displays and celebrates for the world.
February 4 – “UU Saints: P.T. Barnum” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder
February 11 – “The Curiosity of a Child” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder
February 18 – “Of Groundhogs and Goddesses” by Maggi Joseph
February 25 – “Love Beyond Belief” by Rev. Dr. Joshua Snyder