The Parish Jazz Band will host the morning’s two services. The theme is storytelling, and, in addition to jazz music, we’ll hear some short stories that delight, entertain, and challenge. A great musical program will include pieces by Jimmy Van Heusen, Lerner & Loewe, Rodgers & Hart, French composer Michel LeGrand, and local jazz original Phil Myers. The morning will as usual also feature our own star vocalist, the lovely and talented Sara Beauvais. Michael Paladini will deliver a brief homily. We hope you can come!
Listen to Past Services
Sunday, March 10th, 2019
Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum will be preaching.
When faced with the overwhelming problem of climate change, how do we find hope? This service will explore some answers.
Sunday, March 3rd, 2019
Our First Chalice program concludes this Sunday with a special ceremony in the 9am service. In both services, we’ll be learning more about the history and meaning of the Flaming Chalice, which is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Rev. Dr. Cynthia Landrum will be preaching.
Sunday, February 24th, 2019
Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum will be preaching – The beloved poet, Mary Oliver, died last month. This service will pay tribute to her life and her poetry.
Sunday, February 17th, 2019
Laura Wagner, UU Mass Action will be preaching.
Sunday, February 10th, 2019
Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum will be preaching – While Unitarian Universalism is non-creedal, it still asks something of us: commitment and covenant. This service will explore what it means to be a covenantal faith, and what our commitment is to each other.
Sunday, February 3rd, 2019
Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum preaching – Rev. Landrum is a descendant of slave owners and was born in the South, and in this sermon for African American History Month (rescheduled after our snowy Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend), she'll reexamine what having that hard truth in her heritage means, and how the legacy of white supremacy affects people today.
Sunday, January 27th, 2019
Rev. Kimberley Debus
In these tumultuous times, it is easy to be unkind to those we disagree with. Yet there is a prophetic as well as a pastoral value to kindness, thoughtfulness, and helpfulness - we'll explore how our principles and sources call us to treat others.
Rev. Kimberley Debus works as a community minister based in New York’s Capital Region, inspiring artful and art-filled worship, congregational life, and public witness. In addition to her community ministry, she is an adjunct consultant with the Central East Region and provides sabbatical ministry. She has previously served the First Universalist Church of Southold on Long Island and One Island Family UU Congregation in Key West.
Sunday, January 13th, 2019
Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Landrum
Our faith is one where we allow for many possibilities, where we say "to question truly is an answer." We'll take a look at what it means to live in the uncertainty, to find comfort in paradox.