Week of Events
Nursery CareNursery care is available during the church service each week, courtesy of Niko Pucillo-Dunphy. RE Children’s ClassesThe youth come relatively regularly and enjoy a time of sharing then lighting the chalice, sharing joys and concerns and then working through the curriculum. This year RE is “Exploring Beyond Our Walls” using the moral tales curriculum. The children have collected many marbles/glass gems for their gemstones of goodness. They continue to share stories of their efforts to follow their moral compass. RE CommitteeWe meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3. We will be in person at the church for the
Rev. Peter Connolly preaching Francis of Assisi has long been honored as an Italian mystic, lover of animals and nature, and founder of the Franciscans. Today, we'll talk about his response to a call to poverty after having been brought up in privilege. Erik Lindgren will provide the Prelude, Offertory and Postlude this morning. A Musical Offering will be provided by Ed Priest.
The Peaceful Quilters meet every Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
Rev. Peter Connolly’s office hours are Wednesdays,10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Rev. Connolly will not be available on the second Wednesday of the month as he will be attending the UUMA cluster meeting. He is available by appointment. Monday is the minister’s day off. He will respond to emails and messages beginning on Tuesday of the week.
Please send your information for the Order of Service to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday at noon for the following Sunday.
We will meet at 6:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month. We will meet in person at the church and will provide a link for those who wish to join virtually. New members are welcome.
with Natalie Johnson https://zoom.us/j/98911413254 This month the Full Moon falls in the sign of Scorpio, inviting us to go deep. Join us as we celebrate the great spiritual festival of Wesak in honor of the Buddha. Wesak is the second of three great spiritual festivals, the first being Easter. At this time there is an opening through which an outpouring of blessings is transmitted from the higher realms through the Buddha, to the Christ and into the hearts and minds of people of goodwill everywhere on earth. It is an act of grace on the part of Divinity for the
This is a small affinity group for individuals who wish to explore personal spiritual topics. Contact Bob Waterman for more information.
The Chalice Choir is a volunteer group that meets in the Parish Hall on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30. This choir sings every other Sunday from a wide variety of choral anthems, most set in four parts: soprano, alto, tenor, and bass. Membership is open but limited. Please contact Susan Hotchkiss for more information.
Just This Sangha meets virtually (via Zoom) nearly every Friday evening from 6:00 to 7:30 for silent meditation and sharing of our practice experience. From a Buddhist, particularly Zen, perspective, we focus on bringing practice to daily life; exploring letting go of our usual habitual reactivity and opening to ourselves and others as we actually are. Not a drop-in group, we do welcome potentially new members to join us for a few sessions to see if the group is a good fit. Contact Tom Tanguay at Thisjustthis@gmail.com for more information.
Peace, Equality & Justice Vigil - Saturdays, 11:30 -12:00 on the church lawn. If you are interested in standing with us but would like the training first, please add your name, but put an X in the first column. All are invited to join in. Sign up for training and/or the vigil by visiting Vigil Sign-Ups. If you want to be notified of rare cancellations, please give Dody Adkins-Perry your contact information.
Note: The church calendar contains some events that are not open to everyone, so that we can plan for building use. Open events are shown on the home page. Click on an event to show the full description.