what we know of each other
and trusting what we do not yet know,
we gather to create a safe, loving community
where we use words as tools, not dogma.
your spirit to explore, experience, and
express the mystery and wonder of existence.
Enter with an open heart and mind.
H I S S U N D A Y
One Service: 10:00 am
Storytelling: It's only Human
Human beings are wired for storytelling and story listening. We will explore the question "what is a story" and express various ways
in which stories are told. Some might surprise you.
Coordinated by Carol Titus
DVD Lending Library Index (July 2006 ==> present)
This link takes you to an index of DVDs available for lending, for programs since July 2006. The DVD library is a 3-ring binder next to the TV monitor in the library. Self-service signout. Contact Gabor Kiss firstname.lastname@example.org 908-850-5535 with any questions, concerns, suggestions
DVD Lending Library Index (Distant Past ==> July 2006)
This link takes you to an index of DVD's available for lending, for programs prior to July 2006.
NEXT S U N D A Y
One Service: 10 am
The Great Vision of Black Elk (?)
The Great Vision of Black Elk --as recorded in "Black Elk Speaks," by John G. Neihardt. is a vision so richly populated with gods,
heroic figures, creatures and splendid symbolism as to rival the visions of any of the prophets of the world's religions.
Led by Dr. Edward Frost
further information and the Weekly Bulletin,
our What's Happening
Our Sunday Services seek to
meet the spiritual, emotional, and intellectual needs of our members
and friends both as individuals and as a religious community. Services
are presented either by our minister Rev. Alison
B. Miller or by lay members of our congregation, under the
coordination of our Sunday Services Committee.
our services diversity and vitality, and allows members to share their
outlooks and experiences in a personal way. Music, art, dance, and
nature are ever-present parts of our services, as we celebrate those
things that add richness and meaning to our lives.