Speaker: Rev. Liz Lerner Maclay

Regarding Evil

This service will begin our consideration of our month’s theme with a few different reference points, including two popular references, the 1980’s move Network News, and the 2000’s internet production Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.  We can’t technically require homework as prep for worship, and synopses … read more.

New Beginnings and Fresh Starts

Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown, the 29th, and ends October 1. It is the Jewish new year, which corresponds with the beginning of our new program year…“Literally ‘the day of shouting,’ Rosh Hashanah is the first of the high holy days of the Jewish year,and … read more.

Food For the Soul

One of the most important things a congregation offers its members is a sense of connection, and the strength which can be found in shared community. Today we will explore the rich diversity within our small group ministry, and reflect on what it means to … read more.

Coming of Age Service

Our annual recognition of eighth-grade Coming of Age honorees will be the centerpiece of the service. With mentors by their sides, the class will share reflections about their individual beliefs, and the congregation will celebrate and affirm the beginning of the next stage of their … read more.

In Our Hands

In honor of Mother’s Day, first founded as a holiday for non-violence, our service this year will again be part of a local interfaith coalition. All over the country, people of faith are rising up to demand gun control and the increased safety for houses … read more.

The Truth about Truth

We often refer to truth as it if is some kind of clear and absolute value or quality.  That’s a very logical, modernist perspective.  But as postmodernism has made confusingly clear (yes, that was – kind of – a joke), the truth about truth is … read more.