Sep 23, Rev. Bob Clegg, “The Next Greatest Generation.” 

This sermon examines the responses of civic-minded, “hero” generations throughout history — generations that came of age in times of unraveling, uncertainty, and crisis.  According to some historical analysts, we are now due for another “hero” generation.  The good news that this sermon argues for is that the millennial generation that is coming of age today bears the hallmarks of prior hero generations that put things back together just when all seemed lost.

Sep. 30, Mr. Tim Trumbauer, Chester River Keeper, “The River Sanctuary.”

The Chester River is an anchoring feature of our way of life – our culture, our environment, our playtime, and even our palates. Join Chester River Keeper Tim Trumbauer as he discusses the Chester River, its value to our community, and how we can all be good stewards of this incredible resource. Special music for this service will be performed by Jeff Davis.

Oct 7, Rev. Sue Browning, “Places of Sanctuary.”

Maya Angelou says, “The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned.” What do the places you have called home have in common? Have you ever been without a safe place? At our service with Rev. Sue Browning we’ll explore the human need for sanctuary.

Oct 14, Doug Harrell, “Silos of Discord.” Special music for this service by Sue Matthews.

Oct. 21 – Rev. Sue Browning, “Should We Put Up a Sign?”

Oct. 21 – Rev. Sue Browning, “Should We Put Up a Sign?”
UUs value inclusion and are called to act where inequities exist. UUs also value building bridges and are called to listen and learn across difference. At this service with Rev. Sue Browning, we’ll consider the challenges of living out our values in a society plagued by both open discrimination and growing sense of polarization and ask, When is it helpful for a congregation to post a sign saying, ‘Hate Has No Home Here’ or ‘All Are Welcomed’ or ‘Black Lives Matter’?