Month: May 2023


Of course June would contain delight. Not only is it the month when we gather
together for General Assembly, but the weather in most areas is getting luscious.
There are the June celebrations of Juneteenth and Father’s Day and PRIDE, plus,
for some, graduations and the June wedding.
Delight … read more.

Contemplative Companions

Join us on Monday 6/5 @ 7:00pm via zoom for our final Contemplative Companions before the summer break. In preparation for this month’s session take a little time to reflect on the humorous in your life. Bring a something humorous to share at our gathering as we explore … read more.

delight full life

by nadine j. smet-weiss
spiritual director

to daylight
bare toes
in beach sand
dog kisses
giggling children
pine needle paths
passing smiles with
passing strangers
sour raisins
ocean waves
silence of
still waters
a good cup of coffee

Univoice Weekly

Memorial Day weekend falls within Mental Health Awareness month.  While it is always a fine balancing act to stay on the healthy side of life, grief, trauma, and The Pandemic make it more challenging.  Come and be with your people this morning—you will feel better.

End of Summer Picnic

Mark your calendars now for the End of Summer Picnic on Sunday, August 27th at 12pm at Farming Ridge Park in Exeter. The picnic will begin after the worship service and there will be a basket raffle during the picnic. We will be sharing more information in … read more.

May ’23 Food Bank

The Helping Harvest Food Bank held at our church on the 3rd Saturday of each month, is on 5/20/23 this month. To prepare, we need to set up a “store” in the Gerber Room with tables and shelves around 8:30 AM. We will receive a … read more.

Univoice Weekly

This Mother’s Day, we will reflect upon the indigenous belief that there is both feminine and masculine energy in all of us. We will explore how each one of us can bring the qualities of the feminine and our mother energy to the  healing and recreation so desperately needed in our world.

Univoice Weekly

This year our youth have been exploring their personal connections and understandings of our 8 UU principles in Jill Novensky’s All8 curriculum. We invite you to a time of reflection through the process of visual art. What a great way to kick off our month where we ask – What does it mean to be on the path of creativity?