Speaker: Rev. Dan Schatz

The Faith of the Open Mind

As the Summer comes to end, we turn to thoughts of our congregation, and explore what it is that makes Unitarian Universalism unique and important in the world and our lives. This is a good service to invite friends to.

Of Kayaks, Bicycles, and Basketball Hoops

Rev. Dan Schatz

During the Summer many of us recall childhood trips with the family, long days of playing, or just lazing under the trees after work. What we think of as “recreation” is not just a break from our “real world,” but an essential part … read more.

Ask the Minister

Rev. Dan Schatz

For the past month, our minister has been collecting questions from you. This morning he will give some answers. The service is earlier than usual this year, so please make sure to get questions in by Sunday, May 26.

The Old and the New

Rev. Dan Schatz. On the 200th anniversary of William Ellery Channing’s definitive statement of Unitarianism, we’ll look at what has changed and what hasn’t since the famous “Baltimore Sermon.” We are planning a ceremony of welcome for new members on this Sunday. If you are … read more.

In the Wilderness

In-between places can be anxiety producing — but they can also be exciting and creative. As we move close to the season of Passover, how will we make our time “in the wilderness” sacred?

This service will be followed by a Town Hall. Please plan to … read more.

Saying Yes to Life

Rev. Dan Schatz. In the season of Easter and nature’s rebirth, we celebrate the rebirth of spirit in many forms.


Rev. Dan Schatz. In our ceremony of child dedication, we make many promises to these and all children. What are the promises all of us give to children and to society? This service will include a ceremony of dedication for babies and young children.

Caring for Souls

Our congregation is a place of learning, of spiritual connection, of growth, and of community. It is also a community in which we care for one another. This service will include our annual candlelight ritual of blessing, connection, and caring.

Stories of Justice

The actions each of us take for justice can make a large difference in the world. In this service we will tell justice stories, and celebrate our own capacity for the work of the world. Along with Rev. Schatz, we will hear from Rick Williams, … read more.