Speaker: Rev. Jenn Gracen
How do we heal after a contentious election? For this Second Sunday of the month, we will take a collection for Transitional Living Services (TLS) for Veterans
Speaker: Rev. Jenn GracenWorship Leader: Sue Kazlusky
At Halloween we enjoy doning masks and pretending to be something else. What about the rest of the year?
Speaker: Rev. Jenn GracenWorship Leader: Ron RelicWe invite young and young at heart to join us in costume for the story of all ages
Serveral traditions consider the veil between life and death to be particularly thin during this part of the year. What does it mean to listen to our ancestors?
Speaker: Rev. Jenn GracenSpecial Music: Ron Relic – Sings “In My Life” by the BeatlesStory for All Ages: … read more.
Unitarian Universalism is a theologically diverse faith. How can we listen and grow together?
Speaker: Rev. Jenn GracenWorship Leader: Ron RelicSpecial Music: Small PotatoesStory for All Ages: Hide and Seek with God
After the service we will have coffee hour, Inquirers for newcomers, and … read more.
The fifth principle of Unitarian Universalism is “The Right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large”. What does it mean to have this as a central part of our religious tradition?
Speaker: Rev. Jenn GracenWorship Leader: … read more.
Rev. Jenn will lead us in our annual water communion service online as we seek renewal and inspiration to start our new church year and welcome everybody back into community. There will be live music, hymns and story for all ages. We will also take … read more.
What opportunities for renewal can be found in times of transition? What
does the interim ministry period offer Tree of Life?
Did you miss this service? Here is the recording of the service. https://youtu.be/TvFHuw5u8B0
The popular musical Hamilton offers some insights to how we might
approach the world when it seems like everything has turned upside down.