The ways in which people pay their way in this country is constantly changing. On this Labor Day we lift up the histories and ethics of work from Labor Day and company picnics to sharecropping and migrant pickers.
Rev. Amy DeBeck
Taken from a children’s song, we explore the lessons we learned as children and in Sunday School. How do they hold up? What do we need to unlearn?
Join us for the annual Blessing of the Backpacks and ritualizing new beginnings. After the service we will enjoy each others’ company at the 50 Mile Potluck.
From the Bible, this is a symbol of the request for God to keep watch over beloveds while they are apart. On this last Sunday before Kevin leaves us to assume leadership of another congregation, Rev. Amy preaches on covenants and callings. What is your … read more.
Happy Father’s Day message from Rev. Amy. We are surrounded by and mired by toxic elements of what our culture has done to men’s divinity. May we extol the non-toxic, lifting up the goodness of those who identify as male. Potluck—this week AND next!
On this Sunday we celebrate Mother’s day with our annual Flower Ceremony, commemorating the Rev. Norbert Capek. Bring a flower and go home with a different one, a communion and exchange symbolizing our differences even as we are all beautiful.
As we grow and have new experiences, they inform and enlighten our views of spirituality. What experiences have lent themselves to your spiritual growth?
The history of Earth Day has a link to Unitarian Universalism, just as its message to save our Mother earth runs through every living thing.
We will celebrate the separation of church and state even as we navigate on how to exist as a faith community in a secular world. After service: Potluck and discussion about our parking lots.
Rev. Amy had a sabbatical a couple of years back and has lessons to share, finally and again.