Speaker: Rev. Cynthia Snavely

Rev. Snavely, whom we share with Tri-County UU, describes herself as a “humanist who draws from Christianity, Buddhism and Neo-paganism for the current version” of her own theology. Reverend Snavely believes a religious congregation should offer three things to its people, “a place to experience and share wonder and awe with others, a spiritual community of people who are there for one another in times of joy, sorrow, and need, and a place and community in which to work for the betterment of the world.”

The Rocks in the Jar

You may know the story of the philosophy professor’s lesson of rocks, pebbles and sand filling a jar as a representation of our lives but how do we figure out what the rocks-the important things are?  Can you say what the most important things are in your life? Sunday Services are held at the church … Continue reading The Rocks in the Jar

We Remember Them

On this Memorial Day weekend we remember our ancestors, particularly those who worked to make a better world for us. Sunday Services are held at the church but you may also view live online.  Click here on Sunday to attend via Zoom on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. 10:00 am Sunday Discussion (in the Social … Continue reading We Remember Them

Family Is Hard

Committing to other people is a hard task.  We will not always agree with a partner.  Our children may challenge us.  It is love that enables us to stay through it all. Sunday Services are held at the church but you may also view live online.  Click here on Sunday to attend via Zoom on … Continue reading Family Is Hard

Building for Tomorrow

What do you want for Unitarian Universalism and this congregation tomorrow, and what will you do to make it so? Sunday Services are held at the church but you may also view live online.  Click here on Sunday to attend via Zoom on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. 10:00 am Sunday Discussion (in the Social … Continue reading Building for Tomorrow