We will gather on the last day of Hanukkah to honor one of the world's greatest stories of triumph over religious and political oppression.
When His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu share five days of conversation, a beautiful vision of lasting joy comes into focus.
As the wheel of the year turns again, we welcome Winter in a circle of Yuletide celebration. There is a special silence to winter; the cold and quiet season is upon us. Come share in the warmth of community, as we honor this ancient Earth festival.
We kindly request that MASKS that fit well and cover closely around the nose and mouth be worn. The CDC recommends K95 masks for the best protection and that is our recommendation. They can be found at Amazon.com and retailers. We will most probably be recommending an online RSVP to provide spaced family seating.
Christmas Eve @ 4:30 will be a service for families with children/youth only in the building—everyone else is welcome to attend virtually.
Join us for a family celebration of the Christmas story.
There might even be pajamas and cookies involved!
- Rev. María McCabe and Director of Faith Formation Jenn Blosser
We welcome you to a service of beloved Christmas carols and readings of the season, closing with our special ritual of lighting our individual candles in the dark as we sing Silent Night.
- Rev. María McCabe in the pulpit
In this service we will pause to experience a moment of stillness in winter. Through music, poetry and reflection we will rest and renew our spirits.