Speaker: Rev. Kent Matthies
Creating art, including music, sculpture, painting, and drawing are wonderful ways to engage the soul. Children and people of retirement age are the folks who more commonly engage in making art. Were you ever fortunate enough to be in a pottery class where everyone had … read more.
Our religion proclaims that we should all worship the earth, the sun, and the stars. More akin to Native American than traditional Christian theologies of the 1830’s, Unitarian Henry David Thoreau said we must not think of the planet as a “dead, inert mass”; rather we … read more.
Starting at 10:20am, during the Ingathering Music, you will see a slideshow of portraits made to honor and remember the souls lost to gun violence in Philadelphia.
As people of faith and good will, we stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. How does our … read more.
In pandemic when times are tough, our faith provides a framework to focus our loves. In constructing our beautiful sanctuary in 1928 the congregation selected the following bible verse to engrave upon the altar: “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and … read more.