Summer Youth Service

Led by the 6th and 7th Grade Social Justice Instructors

One Service at 10am in Smith Hall

Speaking of Fatherhood

On this last service of the regular congregational year, let’s take time to recognize fathers and fatherhood. Being a dad (or having a dad) is a fundamental part of being human, and the fathering we receive can have a big impact in our lives. In … read more.

Wanda’s Roses

(Flower Communion) As we enter the month of June, trees, plants and flowers are growing everywhere. And as we approach the end of our congregational year, we celebrate all the ways this community has supported the growth of its children. This Sunday we honor our OWL participants, … read more.

Summer Sweetness

Led by Deb Weaver

The last burst of spring blossoms, lavender and white and deep pink banks of rhododendron foreshadow the arrival of sea roses, bursts of peonies, and sweet appreciation of brighter days ahead. Come join us for thoughtful reflection as we greet our summer … read more.

Practicing Creativity

Practicing Creativity
By Rev. Ellen Quaadgras
Westminster Unitarian Church
May 20, 3018

Reading by Beau Lotto
We do almost everything to avoid uncertainty. And yet the irony is that that is the only place we can go if we’re ever going to see differently. And that’s … read more.

The Creative Craft of Motherhood

We forget all the ways in which everyday living requires creativity. Mothering is one of those areas. From the imagination required to entertain young children, to the resourcefulness required to get everyone to art, soccer and band practices, to the ingenuity it can take to … read more.

Love the Hell out of this World

When the culture around us doesn’t encourage us to our best selves, how do we model the kind of world we want to live in? Matt will reflect on the good and bad of middle school, the time he picked the very best costume for … read more.

The Power of Language

The Power of Language
By Rev. Ellen Quaadgras
Westminster Unitarian Church
May 1, 2018

First Reading

Second Reading
If it is language that makes us human,
one half of language is to listen.
Silence can exist without speech,
but speech cannot live without silence.
… read more.