Prophetic Imagination and Social Justice: Reflections in Music and Poetry

An artistic, musical and meditative presentation of poetry with a social conscience and a prophetic edge. Spoken-word inspiration from historic and contemporary poets—both challenging and hopeful—interspersed with song and instrumental music on the violin, cello, piano, and Chinese stringed-instrument “erhu”.


Cathy Clasper-Torch has been playing, teaching and … read more.

“…and the truth shall make you free.”

Inspired, in part, by reading Michael Lewis’ The Undoing Project, I will look at some pretty basic topics: truth and the possibility of knowing, for starters. It’s important to remind ourselves that long before any nervous politician spouted the now well-worn phrase “Fake news!” the … read more.

Bridging the Divide

Two Services at 9am and 11am ― Led by Barbara Holtzman, MSW, LICSW

“In every moment…we choose to see others either as people like ourselves or as objects. They either count like we do or they don’t.”

― Arbinger Institute, The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict

Things That Matter

Things That Matter
By Rev. Ellen Quaadgras
Westminster Unitarian Church
January 14, 2018


First Reading A Prayer of Good Intention
Dear Lord,
So far I’ve done all right.
I haven’t gossiped,
haven’t lost my temper,
haven’t been greedy, grumpy, nasty, selfish, or overindulgent.
I’m really glad … read more.

I Resolve

Two Services at 9am and 11am – Led by Rev Bill Zelazny

New Year’s resolutions are a long time tradition.  The ancient Babylonians and the Romans made promises to their gods at the start of each year and we continue this promise-making custom in … read more.

Fire Communion

One service at 9am – Led by Nancy Reed and Dan Aubin

In this new year, let’s light a fire under ourselves and get into exploring our spiritual paths. How do we keep the spark alive to continue to kindle that flame of passion in igniting … read more.