May 26, 201910:00 a.m.The Island School Rev. Thomas Perchlik, Interim MinisterJenny Weaver, Worship Associate In the Thornton Wilder play Our Town, the quintessential American town has five churches: Congregational, Methodist, Unitarian, Baptist, and Catholic. The American religious landscape has changed radically since the early 1900’s when that play was set. In the contemporary world why choose
Borders, Laws, and the Lines that Divide UsMay 19, 201910:00 a.m.The Island School Rev. Thomas Perchlik, Interim MinisterGregory Cook, Worship Associate Some of us are deeply pained or angry at what is happening at our border with Mexico. Others just turn away. Everywhere in our lives are borders, lines in the mind or in law
Mother’s DayMay 12, 2019 10:00 a.m.The Island School Rev. Thomas Perchlik, Interim MinisterEmily Mockett, Worship Associate The first Mother’s Day in the US was created by the Unitarian, Julia Ward Howe, to organize moms to work for peace. Today we will bring flowers and take flowers to remember and honor all those who have done the work
May 5, 201910:00 a.m.The Island School Zackrie Vinczen Ministerial CandidatePenny Brewer, Worship Associate Like it or not, the world stops for no one. It’s constantly turning and moving us in new directions. The ability to respond to these changing circumstances is sometimes referred to as resilience, but to me resilience always has had a slightly passive
April 28, 2019 10:00 a.m.The Island School Zackrie Vinczen Ministerial Candidate Mike Cox, Worship Associate Not all choices life presents us with lead us down a path of excitement, but the decisions we make do speak to the things we value. In this sermon, we will explore the power of decision-making in our day-to-day lives.