Archives: Services

Facing History Honestly

We are proud of our heritage as religious liberals. And yet, there is history which should give us pause and spur us on to a greater future.

Music: Tina Adams, Wolfgang Jaeger, piano

What is ours to do?

Rev. John Morehouse

There is a line in one of our most beloved hymns which says “What they dreamed be ours to do” What is our calling in these liminal times when so much seems so uncertain? Rev. John will … read more.

Welcome to the Journey

Rev. John Morehouse

Our congregation is embarking on a journey of transformation. What does that mean and how can it change our individual lives for the better?

Music: Danton Arlotto

Embracing the Bittersweet

Rev. John Morehouse: There are times when the bitter and sweet are so blended that it is hard to tell one from the other. In this service Rev. John talks of longing, desires, fulfillment and loss. Join us.

Music: The Bayou Porch Rockers

Coming Home – Again!


As Dorothy Gale put it, “There’s no place like home!” But where is “home”? And don’t many of us have more than one? Terry Dixon will explore “dual belonging” – how many of us feel at home in more than one place, whether physically, socially, … read more.

In Praise of Bewilderment

Rev. Libby Smith: As we continue to adapt to a changing and challenging world, can we find ways to acknowledge the complexity and ambiguity of life, and enter a state of “bewilderment” where we are humble, open and flexible enough to learn – instead of … read more.