Speaker: Rev. Karen Brammer


The lines of poetry by William Blake, “To see the world in a grain of sand, and heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour” are quite famous. The poem itself is called, “Auguries of Innocence”. … read more.

Path Where There is None: Prayer

Prayer is not universally practiced by Unitarian Universalists, but many of us are co-creating practices that help us go deeper, stay still, or move forward when we don’t necessarily know what’s next. A good practice for today’s world.

Beginning Again

The first of the two-step process called a “Congregational Start-Up” takes place on Sept 24 with help from UUA staff person Rev Evin Carvil Ziemer. Sharing and integrating congregational priorities and dreams is our desired community outcome. This service will be Rev Karen’s reflections from … read more.


The ritual of bringing water from places we have been and loved is one that binds us together, reminding us we belong not only to each other, but to Earth. The power to draw one another into the circle, or define that circle close in … read more.


“Interconnections” is almost a buzz word nowadays. We hear it in relation to justice, natural/environmental and human-designed systems, humanity itself and much more. Interconnection is the seventh of our Unitarian Universalist principles. This service will help us bring texture and meaning to the word as … read more.


The necessity of fallow time and renewal is built into so much of the natural world. Building that wisdom into our lives seems only right. If our lives are ordinarily driven by pressures to accomplish goals or fill space, what in our faith tradition can … read more.