Worship Services

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Upcoming Service

Being Family

December 12, 2021

We are born with family and many of us also choose who we will understand to be our family — and we are all born into an entire ecosystem around us in this interconnected web of life. We will hear stories about the meaning of family, of boundaries and seeing ourselves in each other.
Service Leaders: Chaplain Kye Flannery, MDiv, Laura Chris Green, Wendy Eickstaedt

​​Children and Youth Religious Education (CYRE) classes will be held during the service. The children gather outside our community room at 11:30 pm.

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More Services

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Sunday Service

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Sunday Service

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Cultivating Love

01/24/2021
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In times of personal stress and social upheaval, we often turn to music to help us get us through. Whether they’re songs of hope or songs of sadness, they connect…
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As a community we are much like a cactus, taking in water when it rains, with blooms that come and go; sweet and prickly; plain and beautiful. As we enter…
Winter: by Greta Crosby Let us not wish away the winter. It is a season unto itself, not simply the way to spring. When trees rest, growing no leaves, gathering…
We can create stillness as a basecamp that helps us to find strength to move forward in our lives in these challenging times.  Stillness does not merely need to comfort…
Vaclav Havel, an imprisoned dissident who became president of the Czech Republic, wrote: “Someone who cannot move and live a normal life because he is pinned under a boulder has…
When giving prophetic pronouncements in the New Testament of the Bible, Jesus said “he who has ears to hear, let him hear.” We still sometimes use words like this as…
St. Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals, and in honor of his feast day, we will be talking about our relationship with our fellow creatures. If you…

Murray’s Landing

09/27/2020
This Sunday we will celebrate the 250th anniversary of our "Universalist Miracle," the landing of John Murray in America with the message of universal salvation. Plus, we'll talk about our…
The theme of this Sunday’s Zoom service is Renewal. Folks might want to bring a drum or other percussion instruments to Sunday's service, as I notice there's a lot of…

Water Communion

09/13/2020
In this annual service, we come together to celebrate the start of the new "Church Year" by performing a water blessing. If you're able, please have a container of water…

Labor of Love

09/06/2020
On the occasion of Labor Day, we'll consider how our labor (whether paid or unpaid) shapes who are and how we see the world - and how our religious values…
What counts as a miracle? Can miracles be real, even if we don't believe in the supernatural? In this service of deep sharing, Wildflowers will tell their stories of times…

Sunday Service

08/23/2020
Join us for our Sunday service at 11:30am, on Zoom.