- January 8, 2021
The events of Jan. 6, when armed “protesters” stormed the Capitol building in Washington, D.C., has evoked all kinds of responses. One response that really caught my attention was to the effect that our society has not done a good job teaching young people about how democratic institutions actually work. The armed protesters seem to ...
- December 5, 2020
I’d like to tell you about some fun family activities for the holiday season.
No-Rehearsal Christmas Pageant – December 20th
First and foremost, we’ve got fun plans for the annual No-Rehearsal Christmas Pageant on Sunday, Dec. 20, at 10:30. Every UUCPA child from preschool to grade 8 will receive a packet in the mail during the week ...
- October 8, 2020
As is true of most people, I dislike life in the time of pandemic. But I’m also fascinated by some of the creativity in people’s response to the pandemic, and I’d like to tell you about some instances of creativity that especially captured my imagination.
There was Kayak Church. On ...
- August 6, 2020
We’re gearing up for a new school year. And due to shelter-in-place, there are lots of little changes. Please read this month’s update carefully so you won’t be surprised by any changes!
See online soon,Dan Harper
- July 8, 2020
It’s summer, and the pace of congregational life has slowed down.
Except it hasn’t slowed down for the Curriculum Subcommittee and me. We are in the middle of developing all kinds of programs that don’t require us to meet in person. We don’t expect to be able to have in-person programs for children and teens for ...