Life throws curve balls. It’s not a question of “if” so much as “when.” And, these days, the unexpected feels more like the norm than the exception. In the face of rapid change, upheaval, or twists of fate, how do we “recalculate” our goals and … read more.

I Can See Clearly Now

I Can See Clearly Now
by Rev. Ellen Quaadgras
Westminster Unitarian Church
Sunday, September 16, 2018

First Reading Prayer for Rosh Hashanah by Marcia Falk

Second Reading This is just to say by William Carlos Williams

I love my cute little blue car. It’s so cute, and … read more.

You Are Enough

Rev. Anne Mason writes that “we grow up thinking that we are not good enough or wise enough or athletic enough or rich enough…” But the question is: “Enough to do what?” What does a perspective of abundance have to teach us about our … read more.

Playful Esoteric Adventures with an Absurd Mystic

Led by Athan Phynix’s Merry Band of Divine Fool’s

Athan Phynix: Traveling Spoken Word Artist, Absurdist & Mystic
Dan Pelletier: Classically Trained Marimba Player & Composer
Marco Leclerc: Dr. of Acupuncture & Piano / Melodica Player
Marion Anderson: Tenor & Bass Recorder Player
Jamiel & Aaron: Keyboard & Dejembe

Athan Phynix left … read more.

Srinivas Reddy-Music of India

 Srinivas Reddy moved to San Francisco in 1998 and met his guru and mentor Sri Partha Chatterjee, a direct disciple of the late sitar maestro Pandit Nikhil Banerjee.  Since then Srinivas has dedicated himself to Indian classical music and rigorously trained with his teacher in the traditional guru-shishya style. Srinivas is a … read more.

Grace and Brunch

Join us for a discussion on saying grace before meals over a potluck brunch.  Bring your favorite expressions of grace or thanksgiving and a brunch dish to share.

One Service at 10 am in Smith Hall