April 30, 2023 by Carrie Holley-Hurt As a congregationalist religion community is our center piece but do we experience all that community can be? Lets explore the beauty and wonder of community.
April 23, 2023 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford. There is a whole culture around hiking, with legends and lessons that can be applied to just normal non-hiking life. Come learn about these lessons and what it means to be “wild.”
April 16, 2023 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford. What might the result be, if your next trip could become a pilgrimage, something that would bring about a “change of mind” or a “shift in the soul,” to quote Phil Cousineau?
April 2, 2023 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford People costuming as a particular gender goes back to before Shakespeare’s time. Our parents and grandparents watched Jonathan Winters, Flip Wilson, and Milton Berle cross-dress on the regular. But in a bizarre twist, 2023 is turning into the year in which gender-expansiveness is being attacked. Come to […]
March 5, 2023 by Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford. What did “unitarian” mean in 300 C.E. and what did it mean during the Reformation, at the founding of the United States, and now? Join us in this overview of Unitarian history.
February 26, 2023 by Ministerial Intern Carrie Holley-Hurt The mission of the 8th principle is a mission that asks us to do the head work as well as the heart work of dismantling systems of oppression within ourselves.