Boundaries of Perception

Today’s sermon will reflect upon a quote by Albert Einstein that explores the complexity of our humanity and questions what it means to be truly human.  It is also a prelude to today’s workshop, immediately following this morning’s worship service, presented by Cindy Beal (CB), former RE Director at the UU Society of Northampton and Florence.  To quote CB, [If we can better understand gender identity] we can better be the Beloved Community, an open community of justice, equity and love, for all. This is bring a friend Sunday

Choir Sunday

This year we will be presenting music by Randall Thompson: his famous and gloriously beautiful Alleluia  as well as some music from his lesser-known oratorio The Peaceable Kingdom. We will be joined by a quartet of solo vocalists and a string quartet. 

Bring your family and friends for a musical treat!

Embracing Today’s Abundance to Empower Tomorrow’s Possibilities

Today’s sermon is about playing to our strengths to empower what we want to create in the future.  Too often we focus on what we are lacking, rather than capitalizing on the abundance that we already have.  Today marks the kick-off to this year’s annual stewardship appeal (everyone’s favorite service), and it is really about SO MUCH MORE than money.  It is about the passion and compassion and dedication of the people who call this community home.  It is about what we each bring to the table, and how that empowers us to build upon that foundation as we move into a future of immense possibilities.

This is a WONDERFUL and INSPIRING day to join us in the Meetinghouse!  Great music, great energy, great community!