“When I told my congregation that I was traveling to New York City, to give our intern her charge as a new minister, one said, ‘That is easy, just tell her to keep on doing all that she is doing here with us!’” – Rev. … read more.
Consistency and change—well-balanced and always with the good of the congregation as primary motivator—is helpful for positive outcomes.
We have had a lot of change these past years. And we have stayed consistent in nurturing a strong, supportive, faith community that is ever … read more.
We are part of a big movement, a life-celebrating, earth-sustaining, caring-for-humanity, justice-making, faith- exploring movement. As part of the family of Unitarian Universalist faith communities throughout the region, nation, and world, we have opportunities to meet and learn from UUs in a variety … read more.
The Board has embraced the idea of Task Forces—small teams convened for a short time to address specific issues or challenges. Unlike a committee, these task forces have finite goals, although a committee or ongoing initiative might grow from their work together. Currently, in … read more.
As we greet our new year the Board is occupied with our next budget and preparations for the canvass. Our treasurer, Peter Lacey, reached out to the committee chairs to find out what their budget needs might be for next year, … read more.
As we move through the holidays toward the new year and the light returning to our days, I wanted to share a letter included in the Congregational Record for our potential new minister. You will find it below. The Board is concentrating on … read more.
The Board met November 11 to consider the proposed Ministerial Compensation Package our Ministerial Search Team will include with our Congregational Record as we seek a new, settled minister.
Our conversation about meeting the monetary goals of this package and the increased hours we … read more.