Worship Services
Sunday Mornings at 10 AM

(Childcare and children's programming every Sunday)

September 30
“Isten Egy”
The Reverend Janet Bush
In Hungarian,“God is One.”  On the Sunday when our Transylvanian friends celebrate Thanksgiving, we’ll hear some of the fascinating history of Unitarianism in 16th century Transylvania. We’ll also hear how 21st century Unitarians across the globe have been exploring their commonalities and differences during a year-long commemoration of the 450th anniversary of the revolutionary Edict of Torda.

 October 7
Who Are Our Ancestors?
Jim Symonds
Columbus Day has been observed in various ways by different groups to celebrate (or mourn) the impact of European settlement in the Americas.  For most of us, our ancestors are of European, African, or Asian descent, and modern ancestry websites and DNA tests abound to help us identify them.  But what happens when we broaden that search for our ancestors to include all of human history? And how can we reconcile a pride in our heritage with the shadow side of that history?

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