Join our Sunday service for Rev. Ayliah Cannon’s reflection on the idea that the diversity of our community is reflected in the diversity that surrounds us in nature.
Jon Arterton will provide the music for our service and Jeanay Johnson will share a Story for … read more.
What We Are Doing
- Pastor Jack’s Weekly MessageDear Friends, I’m on two of the four weeks of Study Leave that the minister gets each year to plan and prepared for the new church year. But I’m staying in touch and am available by phone, email, text or personal visit anytime. Just a quick thought: You may have noticed the centering reading for this week’s UUSP YouTube meditation was not, as publicized, from Mary Wollstonecraft, Thomas Jefferson or Frederick Douglass as were shared in the Independence Day Sunday service. Instead, the centering reading was the epitaph of a gravestone that stands in the Old Hill Burial Ground in Concord, Massachusetts. I have a rubbing of it in the church office. I chose the reading because it seemed so relevant to July 4th, 2020. First, as a marker of death, it is a sign of pandemic times. Second, it was the death of a Black man (John Jack, died 1770) subjected to ...
- Our New Website is Now LIVEOn June 29, we introduced our new user-friendly website using a UUA WordPress template with content provided by congregation members. Calendar and member directory functions are included; document storage functions will be added later this summer. Content will be managed by Amy Putkonen and designated content providers (typically committee chairs). Reach out to Amy Putkonen with your comments and questions. Thanks to Website team members: Alan Frolich and Michael Killoren… to Morgan Gresham and Michael Pohl who managed and hosted our old website for many years… and to our many content contributors.
- Jeanay Johnson is UUSP’s New Communications CoordinatorWe’re so pleased to announce the appointment of Jeanay Johnson as our new 5-hour/week Communications Coordinator. She will focus on building online engagement, developing content in collaboration with staff & congregation members, supporting the work of the committee, and looking for opportunities to help us stay connected and reach new audiences. Congratulations, Jeanay! We are so happy that you are here!