Think of standing in a canoe in a still river. No wind or ripple anywhere, the surface glass like. Yet beneath your feet the boat is shifting, even in small hardly noticeable flinches. These invisible flickers of movement from deep in the lake cause you … read more.
Join us as Rabbi Maralee Gordon reflects this holiday weekend.
We use the words independence, freedom, and liberty in a variety of ways.
What was the original significance of “Independence Day”? Have we abused
it? Misused it? The Biblical verse “Proclaim liberty throughout the
land unto all the inhabitants … read more.
Guest Speaker, Lou Ness
“There’s never nothing going on, there are no ordinary moments,” Socrates in Peaceful Warrior. What are your takeaways from Covid-19, quarantine and public unrest? There are pearls of wisdom and nuggets of truth emerging through adversity. How we allow ourselves to be … read more.
Join us for the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship. This powerful, communal worship experience is open to the public. Rev. Joan Javier-Duval will deliver the sermon at the 2020 General Assembly Sunday Morning Worship. She serves as … read more.
Rabbi Maralee Gordon, guest speaker
In this time of upheaval and national pain, Rabbi Maralee Gordon will speak to us about justice.
To join our interactive online service, use this link bit.ly/3dVdFUb
Meeting ID: 914 978 219
Did you miss the service? Rabbi Gordon has provided a copy … read more.
Sunday, May 24, 2020, 10:45am
Rev. Michelle Lattanzio
We are, as individuals, as a nation, and as a worldwide community, gathered on a threshold, between what was and what will be. We are living in a liminal time, with loss, fear and uncertainty. In this sermon, let … read more.
Sunday, May 31, 2020, 10:45am
Guest Speaker: Lou Ness
The Tree of Life family celebrates and sends it Class of 2020 graduates into the world. Consider what lessons and values, you as a community have embedded in their hearts. While celebrating achievement understand this – They step … read more.
Rev. Michael Dowd will be “zooming” in from Eureka, California to offer some thoughts on humanity’s place and purpose in “the interdependent web of existence of which we are a part” (our UU 7th Principle).
Rev. Michael Dowd is bestselling eco-theologian, TEDx speaker, and pro-future advocate … read more.
Our Coming of Age students have been meeting since last Summer and are ready to share their journey of faith exploration. The youth were challenged to explore their own ideas about faith and spiritual beliefs and it has been a great opportunity to practice expressing … read more.