Thursday, October 12
You may glimpse our senior minister and hear his brief words of welcome in this 30-second video.Read More
With the near-completion of our extensive renovation project, we re-dedicated it and ourselves to the work of furthering congregational humanism in the 21st century.
UU favorite Peter Mayer provided special music.
Senior Minister David Breeden gave special thanks to the many who it all possible and led the congregational dedication (Read the text)
The children now have new playground equipment dubbed the “F.U.S. Beagle” (think Darwin).
As part of our remodeling, we’re getting a new, magnet-friendly nametag board. This means we will be replacing our remaining pin nametags with magnetic nametags. The new nametags will have the larger lettering that is easier for everyone to read, as well as our current logo. If you have a pacemaker and cannot wear a magnetic nametag, please contact the office.
We are pleased to announce our new Director of Religious Education, Laura Carpenter. She is currently a member of a Unitarian Universalist fellowship in Tennessee, and she is one of those folks who has realized that her deepest commitments align with Humanism.
Laura has worked developing curricula and as an instructor. She has experience as an event coordinator, an activities coordinator, and a volunteer coordinator for several nonprofits. She has taught science, theater, outdoor skills, marine biology, snorkeling, skim boarding, and boogie boarding.
Laura has worked with the National Park Service, the National Geographic Society, and several educational institutions. Her work with nonprofits includes Moms Clean Air Force, Hands on Science Center, Kids Ecology Corps, Funky Fish Ocean Adventure Camp, Outdoor Science School, and Real Nature Environmental Farm.
Laura and outgoing DRE Charlie Krysinski will be working together the last days of July to ensure a smooth transition.Read More