Esther is one of the most courageous of the many courageous women depicted in Hebrew scripture. Yet her bravery and intelligence are often overshadowed by her cousin Mordecai who gets much of the credit and takes none of the risk. During this especially festive … read more.
In preparation for the Congregational Meeting on February 28, Rev. Norm explores what it means to be “called” to ministry. Join us HERE as we consider this critical moment in the life of the congregation. Then bring your questions for Rev. … read more.
During the Civil War, the White House became a crossroads for those who envisioned what we now call a “Beloved Community.” Visitors included Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, and Unitarian Julia Ward Howe. The arts were embraced and encouraged as never before. With Black History Month … read more.