What’s Said in Baltimore… Rev. John Marsh What’s said in Baltimore… gets talked about everywhere, at least, so it seemed after William Ellery Channing gave a sermon there in 1819. Some might say he went looking for trouble, and he found us.
Monthly Archives: December 2016
Wisdom and Where To Find It Lay speaker Richard Grzywinski Where do you go to find guidance when confronting moral or ethical dilemmas, or for help in dealing with the everyday emotional and spiritual challenges of modern life? Does having all the right answers accurately describe wisdom? Have you tried fortune cookies, Dr Oz, astrology, … Continued
Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer OPEN HOUSE: People are invited into the sanctuary for silent meditation and quiet conversation between 11 am and 6 pm. At 6 pm there will be a service.
Martin Luther King Sunday Rev. John Marsh With special music by our Choir King said he aspired to be a "drum major for justice." We might think of a drum major as a solitary figure. However, a drum major must be fused with the rest of the marching band. The reality is that the drum … Continued
Playing Well With Others Rev. John Marsh William J. Barber, in his book The Third Reconstruction, talks about a fusion of political groups, religious groups, labor groups and others working together to support a common set of values and a common set of goals. This gives us the opportunity not only to be more effective, … Continued
Wednesday, December 21, 2016 — 6:30 pm The Winter Solstice Singing Ritual returns to UUCSJS on Wednesday, December 21, 2014, at 6:30 pm. We will celebrate the return of the Light which occurs after the Winter Solstice with songs and stories. The singing will include music from calypso, Western choral singing, Native American texts, Greek … Continued