William Ellery Channing (April 7, 1780 – October 2, 1842) was the foremost Unitarian preacher in the United States in the early nineteenth century. Channing said; “No preaching, I believe is so intelligible, as that which is true to human nature, and helps men (and … read more.
Speaker: Anthony N. Johnson
Kwanzaa is a non-religious celebration of African-American culture recognizing the first fruits of the harvest. Kwanzaa is based upon seven principles that are to be lived. Created in America in 1966, Kwanzaa honors the African people and their culture the world over and honors Africa … read more.
5:30 pm Family Service and non-traditional Nativity Play
Service Leaders: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall, Anthony Johnson, Children’s Ministry Team
6:30-7:30 pm Cookies and Cider Fellowship Hour – please bring cookies to share
7:30 pm Lessons and Carols
Service Leaders: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall, Anthony … read more.
There is much joy in the holiday season, but it can also be a painful time for those who have experienced loss. This gentle service will offer a space of holding, with music, spoken word and meditative ritual, to provide support in the sadness that … read more.
Ellen Craft and her husband William escaped American Slavery on an amazing journey of 1,000 miles in search of peace and freedom. Clutching their dream of having children born as free persons, born of free bone and sinew, their saga is one of the most … read more.
When I first learned that the word “Democracy” was nowhere in the Constitution or the Declaration of Independence, I was startled. Our government is a Democracy! It turns out our Founders actually feared democratic rule, preferring the word “Republic.” What is the difference; what … read more.
Asking for what you need is the beauty of community. Needing one another is the beauty of community. Bringing your gifts is the beauty of community. Sharing your weaknesses is the beauty of community. Anthony shares his spiritual journey and addresses the question: Who is … read more.