Last week, we welcomed members who had joined since September. Each time we do so, our church is made new. We shape our journey together. As we explore possibility, we look at our premise and promise.
Rev. Wendy Williams - Senior Minister
As the New Year begins, we pause on a precipice. None of us know what the New Year will bring. January’s theme is possibility. What might it take to be ready to see and embrace the possibilities in this New Year?
Our Christmas message in lessons and carols featuring our JUC Choir.
Our Christmas message in lessons and carols amplified by the JUiCe Worship Band.
Join in a joyful retelling of the Christmas story in this family-friendly interactive service featuring the children’s choirs. Led by Director of Religious Education Annie Scott and Senior Minister Rev. Wendy Williams.
Mostly, mystery invites us to pause and rest. In this service through music, silence, and poetry, Revs. Keith and Wendy encourage us to experience the mystery together.
In our plugged in world, darkness is nearly foreign to us. Yet, here we are approaching the shortest day. What might we gain by allowing ourselves to look forward to darkness, as well as light?
Chet Raymo, professor of physics and astronomy, and former science writer for the Boston Globe describes us as having “islands of knowledge in a sea of mystery.” Mystery then becomes the rule not the exception. How then do we live?
In this month of memory, we bring to mind those who have gone before, in a service of remembrances of the past and hopes for the future. The Children’s and Radiance Choir, Resonance Teen Choir, Treble Chamber Choir, and JUC Choir offer music of condolence … read more.
In this month of memory, we bring to mind those who have gone before, in a service of remembrances of the past and hopes for the future. The Children’s and Radiance Choir, Resonance Teen Choir, Treble Chamber Choir, and JUC Choir offer music of … read more.