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Post date: Jan 31st 2014

An Awesome Congregation ~Checkout the Breaking News about Great Expectations on page 6.  Here's some of the work ahead for us: keeping our commitments, paying on our financial contributions, early if possible, and staying engaged with t

Post date: Jan 4th 2014

Breaking News for Great Expectations: Benefactors here abound.  We are a generous congregation.  Friends of our church are also helping our congregation to reach its capital drive goal. 

Post date: Nov 26th 2013

Breaking News for Great Expectations: Now that one of our long-term and generous families has stepped forward with a matching grant (see page 5), we now know we can achieve all of our goals.

Post date: Oct 30th 2013

Guess where the UUA General Assemblies will be held in the next five years:  2014 Providence RI (June 25-29); 2015 Portland OR; 2016 Columbus OH; 2017 New Orleans (June 21-25); 2018 Kansas City MO.  Our congregation will be called on to assist in hosting in 2017, giving many in o

Post date: Sep 23rd 2013

 A Healing Service for Mind, Body, and Spirit begins October 13 at 6 PM

Post date: Aug 29th 2013

A Message to Parents ~ I'm thinking about Continuity, Connection, and Care as we launch a new year in our Sunday School.  Remember that one session in a Sunday School class builds upon a previ

Post date: Jul 30th 2013

It's good to be back with you, beginning Thursday, August 1 and in services beginning Sunday, August 4.

Post date: Jun 27th 2013

Four Consequential Words:  See Nathan Ryan's column on how he and I produced a slogan last month for the church's electronic Wayside Pulpit.  Within 48 hours of it going up, a

Post date: May 29th 2013

Great Expectations:  Having now surmounted the one million-dollar threshold, the capital growth campaign is a fine milestone for our congregation.  The results so far, though still approximately $500K from our goal, reflect generosity,

Post date: Apr 30th 2013

For the sake of security or in the name of security, we can become prisoners to our fears.  George Orwell, Ray Bradbury, and other writers have reminded us of what such a society is like: privacy is gone, group-think is enforced, though