Here you’ll discover a spiritual home where:

  • Freedom, reason, community and social justice come together
  • Diverse beliefs are respected and celebrated
  • Spiritual and intellectual growth are encouraged
  • The interdependent web of life is respected
  • Children and adults explore all the world’s religions

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This Sunday's Service:

Flower Communion

Speaker: The Rev. Elaine Peresluha, The Rev. Dena McPhetres, Beryl Aschenberg

Sunday, May 31 2015

Services at 9:00 & 11:00 a.m. 
  • Intergenerational Service
  • Alissa Rhode, Lead Music Director 
  • Tristan Stelitzer, Choral Director 

Today we celebrate the diversity of our communal bouquet. Bring a flower to share from your garden, the roadside or your favorite shop. “From you I receive. To you I give. Together we share and by this we live…”

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