Author: Steve Rice

ION Corner – May 2020

At its April Zoom meeting, ION (Interfaith Opportunities Network) decided to have a program in October about the Native Peoples. This year marks the 400th anniversary of the Plymouth landing by the Pilgrims. After an initial harmonious relationship between the Indigenous People and the Pilgrims, … read more.

Religious Education Ministry – May 2020

I know that by the time you are reading this our situation will have changed, but still a deadline is a deadline and no matter what changes we will face, we will be facing them together. You have congregational support and I hope you will … read more.

Message from the President – May 2020

The flexibility and faith our congregation has practiced during this time of virtual gatherings is inspiring. As Rev. Rachael leads us in worship, she is seeking the essence of faith that binds us and the elements of practice that express our reverence and joy, no … read more.

Minister’s Letter – May 2020

Dear UUSA,

I miss you. I see many of you weekly, or even more frequently, in our Zoom Sunday Services and meetings throughout the week. I acknowledge that it’s not exactly the same to come together over internet and phone, but our principles call us to … read more.

How to Block Spam or Phishing Emails

You have probably received emails from people you know or don’t know that appear to be spam or a phishing, i.e. asking you for money or gift cards, etc.

Don’t respond to emails from people you don’t know. If they appear to be someone you know, … read more.

ION Corner – April 2020

On March 16, ION (Interfaith Opportunities Network) convened an “ION Earthcare” – a face-to-face meeting of 18 people from eight ION houses of worship involved in environmental issues. The purpose of the meeting was to learn what different faiths were doing as well as to … read more.

Music Notes – April 2020

During this extremely unusual time, I would like to thank everyone for continuing to tune in to services. We have been working diligently (thanks mostly to Lea!) on improving the sound quality of what you hear musically over your computers. I invite feedback and any … read more.