Home for the Holidays

Remember the closing scenes from The Wizard of Oz? Dorothy is clicking her ruby slippers, eyes closed, saying fervently, “There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home.” Even so, home and holidays are often challenging experiences.

The Christmas Tapestry

One of the joys of the holiday season is the telling and retelling of stories that make the heart gland and knit us a little closer to a community of sharing and caring. In this morning’s inter-generational service, we’ll share the story of The Christmas Tapestry.  

At the Crowning of the Year

In the midst of holiday celebrations is the reminder that the Solstice is upon us. A sacred time for people around the world, a time, as Rev. Judith Meyer has said, that began in “fear and wonder.”  Ancient peoples were tied to the cycles of the seasons, honoring the natural world in a dance of … Continued

Carols and Candlelight

Morning Service is at 10:30 a.m. Evening Service is at 7:00 p.m.   As civil rights leader and theologian Howard Thurman reminds us, the Christmas season is a time of joy despite all sadness, a time of hope where despair keeps watch, a time of courage where fear is ever present, and a time of … Continued