Click HERE (passcode: sunday) to access the 10:30am Worship Service; we begin admitting to the Zoom room at 10:20am. You may also join us in person after reviewing our protocols and agreeing to our covenant, linked here.
In his letters to the people of Corinth, St. Paul encouraged them to “flee idolatry” in order to live with strong faith. One modern-day, significant form of idolatry involves thinking of oneself as better than others due to money, educational achievement, or social position. Churches that run on such thinking hit a spiritual bankruptcy, which depletes all who participate. Church, at its best, widens the circles of our lives to radically welcome all people in a transforming, living tradition of compassion, service and empowerment. This kind of beloved community nourishes us to stretch, grow, and enjoy beyond our expectations.
Click here to view or download and print the 8.5×11″ Order of Service and a two-week calendar.
A life-long Unitarian Universalist, Kent came to USG in 2002, bringing a vision for the church to “empower people as disciples of love.” Among his other responsibilities as lead minister he preaches 2 or 3 times per month. He also represents Unitarian Universalism in the community. Kent lives in the Mt. Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia with his wife Kristin and their two sons. For more, see his bio on the Staff Page.