Author: Amy Zucker Morgenstern

The principles: growing as we do

Like many Unitarian Universalists who grew up outside the tradition, I found our seven principles to be a powerful attractor. When I read them, I nodded along: here were the principles by which I actually tried to live, articulated by an actual religious community! I … read more.

Brown Bag Books fall/winter booklist

The Brown Bag Books group has chosen the following books for the next several months:

October: First Mothers: The Women Who Shaped the Presidents, Bonnie Angelo (non-fiction)

November: Dancing at the Rascal Fair, Ivan Doig (fiction)

December: The Eight Master Lessons of Nature: What Nature Teaches Us About … read more.

Water Communion is October 3

Our Water Communion, usually held in August, has been delayed just a little while so that we could gather in person–and now we can!

This is an annual ritual in which we pour waters together to symbolize the unity of life and our coming together as … read more.

Set that alarm a little later

If you’re attending the online service tomorrow, remember that it has been rescheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow and from now on. This returns us to our pre-COVID Sunday schedule of one service at 9:30 and another at 11 . . .

. . . because … read more.