10/9/2023 - Our Board has updated our Covid-19 Policy. You can find it here.
Our weekly services are streamed from the sanctuary to Zoom, with people in the sanctuary. If you are attending in person, N95/KN95 or KF94 respirator masks, covering both mouth and nose, are required in indoor spaces for anyone over the age of two. If you don't have a mask, we have a variety available at both entrances.
Please read the newsletter and check our Facebook group for regular updates about how to take part in events virtually.
When asked how he sculpted one of his famous statues, Renaissance-era artist Michelangelo Buonarroti replied, “I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.” How do we learn to use our ability to imagine a better world as a path and a plan to get there?
In a system of artificial scarcity and profit motivation such as the US economy, the practice of generosity is often used as a weapon of guilt. Popular picture books and the well-known phrase “give until it hurts” prop up the idea that generosity is a grudging obligation, not a joy or something we can set limits on. How do we protect ourselves from the urge to “hurt” ourselves this way, while also maintaining the joy of liberated giving?
Rev. Molly Hammerhand and Music Director Emery Schramm
Sunday December 11, 2022 at 10:30am
In the Sanctuary and on Zoom
The Rev. Connie Simon prays, “May we each be blessed by the presence and power of music in our lives.” Our Music Sunday will be an interweaving of liturgy, musical performance and readings in a celebration of the blessings of music at First UU.