Speaker: Rev. Sage Olnick

Quarantine-aversary!

This Sunday marks a year of quarantine and living into virtual community. We will celebrate our innovation, creativity, and commitment to each other. Join us in making the most of this Quarantine-aversary!

Beloved Community and Acceptance – Interdependent Imperfections

None of us are perfect. We all come with imperfections, growing edges, regrets, hopes, and dreams. Beloved community does not require us to be perfect. It requires us to live in our truth, to embrace the truth about ourselves, and to join each other in our perfectly imperfect lives. Join us this Sunday to learn … Continue reading Beloved Community and Acceptance – Interdependent Imperfections

Using Our Imagination in the Service of Connection

In her famous poem, Wild Geese, Mary Oliver proclaims, “Whoever you are, no matter how lonely, the world offers itself to your imagination…”. This Sunday we will consider how to Use Our Imagination in the Service of Connection. 

The Virtue of Reverence

As Unitarian Universalists, we hold dear the interconnection of our lives and all that is. We commit ourselves to address not only what is, but also what we hope for and what we dedicate ourselves to. What are we, as individuals and religious community, revering during this time of uncertainty and hardship to keep us grounded … Continue reading The Virtue of Reverence

Learning how to live from those who are dying

This Sunday Rev Sage will explore how her Community Ministry as a hospice chaplain inspires and deepens a Unitarian Universalist identity. For Sunday’s worship, we are using the Zoom conferencing platform. It is easy to Zoom from a computer, tablet, or phone!  Here is how you do it:With a computer, smartphone or tablet, click on this link … Continue reading Learning how to live from those who are dying

Rising to the Occasion

Rev. Sage Olnick, our Community Affiliated Minister, leads us in this morning’s service. Covid19 has required us to make many changes and sacrifices. This Sunday we will consider how we each have risen to the occasion and honored our commitment to the interdependent web of which we are a part. We will do so in song, … Continue reading Rising to the Occasion