Author: Richard Fritzson

Changes to “Give by Texting”

As part of the church’s shift to a new membership database system, we have been moving our on-line giving to a new platform. If you have regularly scheduled payments on our existing platform, we’ll be in touch with you in the next few weeks to … read more.

Sunday Afternoon Encore Service

Beginning in February we are launching a new experiment in our Sunday worship routine.

In addition to the 10:00 am service which will, as always, be held in-person and on Zoom and Youtube, we will have a special encore late worship service on Zoom.

This will take … read more.

Growth Through Service RSVP

Thank you for taking the time to RSVP.
It helps us to plan.

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.Name *EmailMultiple Choice *Yes! I’ll be there, at church, Nov 14th, after coffee hour.Yes. I would like to attend via Zoom. Please send me an … read more.

Candidates for 2021-2022

The Nominating Committee invites you to sign the petitions for its candidates for the Board of Trustees and the Nominating Committee. This year there are five candidates for the Board and four candidates for the Nominating Committee. This unusually large number is because two of … read more.

2021-2022 Petitions

Petitions are Complete
Thank you.

 

Candidate For Board of Trustees
Madelaine Sayko

 

Ms. Sayko’s background includes two decades of executive management in technology, healthcare, and human services. In addition to a BA degree in Psychology and Master’s work in Organizational Development, she has completed training on cognitive rehabilitation, assistive … read more.

Changes to the Seven Principles?

It may seem surprising, but our cherished seven principles are also known as Section C-2.1 of the bylaws of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). That section begins “We, the member congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association covenant to affirm and promote …(1) The inherent worth … read more.

Interim Minister Search Team Formed

The interim period following the end of one ministry and preceding the beginning of another provides the breathing space during which a congregation can review its goals, assess its programs, consider the quality of its life in common, and “tune up” for a new era. … read more.