Speaker: Rev. Paul Oakley

Resilience: Cultivating Peace with Nature

Many Virginia congregations of multiple faiths coordinate this time of year for preaching on Climate Change-related issues. We have participated in this cooperative effort each year for several years.

Lessons and Carols

When Christmas Eve falls on a day other than Sunday, this congregation has an evening Lessons-and-Carols-style service in the evening with lots of candlelight. This year, since it is a Sunday, we will do a version of this service on Sunday morning.

We will sing traditional … read more.

Bread Service

Each year on the Sunday before Thanksgiving, members bake a bread that is meaningful to them and bring it to share in this service. Some loaves are special because of a family memory or an ethnic origin. Others are special because of special experiences, often … read more.


We have fallen back into Standard Time. What better time to consider time?

What is Process Theology? *

* …And what does it have to do with me? A service in the “Great Ideas” series that explore theologies that are compatible with Unitarian Universalist values and meaningful to many UUs.

Animal Blessing Service

Many Unitarian Universalist congregations across America and Canada have an annual service, usually near the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, at which to recognize the importance of “fur babies,” animal companions, and pets in our lives. In these services, people bring their pets into … read more.

Religious Naturalism

This is another in the “Big Ideas” series that presents some of the theological concepts that are compatible with Unitarian Universalist values.

The Past Is a Foreign Country

This service coincides with the first Sunday of a new show of art on the walls of our Fellowship Hall. This show is a select collection of postcards of other times and places.