Minister: Rev. Clare L. Petersberger
A Welcoming Congregation

Upcoming Services

 Spiritual Theme:  What Does It Mean To Be People Of Intention?

January 7

9:30 and 11:15 a.m.

The Details Of Your Devotion

Rev. Clare Petersberger and Karyn Marsh, Membership Chair
Our spiritual question for January is, "What does it mean to be a people of intention?"  One colleague wrote, "Here's what I discovered.  Intention is different from setting goals or resolutions in that it "pulls us into" who we truly are.  Goals and resolutions "push us out" into future possibilities.  To set intentions, we listen to our inner voice which tells us who we truly are."  What is your inner voice telling you about who you truly are?  This morning we engage in questions to help us listen to that voice and pay attention to the details of our devotion.  We also have the pleasure of welcoming our newest members. 

January 14

9:30 and 11:15 a.m.

The Promise And The Practice

Rev. Clare Petersberger, Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism
 On this Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday, and in keeping with our mission to work for racial justice, we listen to the voices of Black Unitarian Universalists and what they have to say about our intentions to being radically inclusive and justice centered.  What is the promise and the practice of our faith?  We will take a special collection for Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism, connecting our finances with our theological values as we enter a new chapter within our faith. 


January 21

9:30 and 11:15 a.m.

 Today I Want To Greet Joy
Rev. Clare Petersberger
A friend recently asked, "How do you start your day?" She was dismayed when my first response was, "At the computer." This morning we think about our mornings and the anonymous wisdom, "Your day is pretty much determined by how you spend your first hour." do you start your day?

January 28

9:30 and 11:15 a.m.

Lay Worship Associates Sunday
To Be Announced