Sunday Service

As individuals and as communities, we need boundaries that keep us safe, that provide a “home,” that even help us know who we are. As Universalists, however, we believe we must reach beyond these boundaries to connect with the larger world. Can we be both “safe” personally and “indivisible” from our fellow humans? Join Rev. Helen Lutton Cohen, Minister Emerita, this Sunday at 10:30am when she will explore these questions. Don Cohen will present a story for the Time for All Ages, “Keep Out, I Think.”

There will be Sunday School for Pre-K through 8th grade. The nursery will be open for babies and toddlers.


This Sunday, the sanctuary choir will sing Handel’s joyful “Hallelujah, Amen” (from Judas Maccabaeus) and René Clausen’s beautiful Set Me as a “Seal” (from A New Creation). Austin Burns, Rip Jackson and Elisabeth Jas will sing the dramatic trio “When I Reach the Place I’m Going,” written by The Judds. For the centering music and postlude, organist Rip Jackson will play Bach’s poignant “Erbarm’ dich mein” (BWV 721) and Buxtehude’s thunderous “Praeludium in D Major” (BuxWV 139).

  Click here to listen to Rev. Anne’s sermon of February 12th, “Our Separate Fires Will Kindle One Flame.”