Service Descriptions

St. Elizabeth’s Chapel & Ralph Adams Cram

St. Elizabeth’s Chapel & Ralph Adams Cram

Join us for our summer lay-led service with Aline Kaplan! Have you ever driven past the little stone chapel in the woods west of Concord Road? Have you ever wondered who lived in the big white house on the hill next to it?    Today’s service will...

A Short History of Marriage

A Short History of Marriage

Join us for our summer lay-led service with Dave Andrews! We will explore some marriage and pre-marriage practices from around the (mostly Western) world dating back to times before "The Church"  dominated these ceremonies.  This is NOT a marriage therapy session.

Morris Magic

Morris Magic

Join us for our summer lay-led service with Tom Kruskal! Ribbons, bells, and squeaking fiddles: What’s It all about?

Celebration Sunday & Flower Communion

Celebration Sunday & Flower Communion

Join us for Celebration Sunday! Today we celebrate our community and all of the ways people show up to contribute to its ongoing creation. The bells will ring out for you, and you, and you!  We will welcome new members too!  BRING FLOWERS TO SHARE! Join us for a...

Wabi Sabi

Wabi Sabi

Join us for Wabi Sabi! This ancient Japanese philosophy is relevant to us today. What is so great about a perfectly imperfect life? Join us for the Annual Meeting and a light Luncheon after the Service

Circle of Exploration: Legacy

Circle of Exploration: Legacy

Leader: Fran Sharp of the Worship Associates Group; Music by Leslie Bryant, flute, and Tom Hanlon, flute. Join us for a special Circle of Exploration on Memorial Day weekend as we reflect on and share about “Legacy.” What legacy do you hope to leave? What, of meaning,...

What Am I Made For?

What Am I Made For?

Did you see “Barbie”? If not, and, if possible, take a look before this May 5th service. See how Greta Gerwig and friends answer the question “What am I made for?”(Which happens to be the title of the lovely and haunting theme song written and performed by Billie...

The Humanist Soul of Unitarian Universalism

The Humanist Soul of Unitarian Universalism

There is variety in what any one Unitarian Universalist believes theologically. Still, there is an abiding underpinning of humanism in our tradition through time. Where do you lean in humanist/theist conversation? Can a person be both? Conversation with the minister...

Word Salad Sermon

Word Salad Sermon

Twenty people purchased the opportunity to choose a word that Rev. Hepler will use in a sermon…not separate sermons. All 20 of the individually chosen (and seemingly unrelated) words will be used in one sermon! Can it be done? Is everything interrelated after all?