Rev. Dan Schatz

Dark of Winter

We honor the solstice with a quiet service of readings and reflection, in this, the dark of the year.

A UU Christmas Carol

Travel with Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge, and a full cast through Unitarian Universalist Christmas past, present, and future, in our very special play with a script by Charles Dickens and Rev. Dan.  This is an all ages service!

Join us for the lighthearted A UU Christmas … read more.

Everyone Needs

All of us have needs — some unique and some common to everyone. One of the purposes of community is to help us meet some of those needs for one another.

Whoever You Are

As Unitarian Universalists we proudly welcome all kinds of people to our congregation. What does it mean to be truly “inclusive?” For this service we are planning a signing ceremony for new members. If you’re ready to join the congregation and have not yet signed … read more.

Is Religion a Racket?

Unitarian Universalists sometimes have a tense relationship with the idea of “religion.” Looking at the damage done in the name of faith, it’s easy to see why some would question whether religion itself is a racket. In today’s world, is religion still valuable?

All Souls Service

On All Souls Day we honor our ancestors, remember loved ones we have lost, and remember the dead. This special service will include a ritual of remembrance. All who come are invited to bring a photograph or a memento of someone you are remembering for … read more.

A Little Monster in All of Us

On Halloween, children of all ages dress as monsters, goblins and ghosts. Some say there is a little monster in everyone. Can we find and love that part of ourselves and others?

The Promise and the Practice

This week our congregation will join Unitarian Universalists across the country who have dedicated a Sunday to center our service​ ​entirely​ ​around the​ ​voices​ ​and​ ​the​ ​experiences​ ​of​ ​black​ ​Unitarian​ ​Universalists.​ ​What truths​ ​will​ ​we​ ​hear,​ ​however​ ​difficult?​ ​What​ ​might​ ​we​ ​learn?​ ​How​ ​might these​ … read more.