Speaker: Stephanie Vos

Stephanie Vos is an artist, healer, and teacher. After leaving her career as a pastor in the ELCA, she pursued a professional life of writing and editing, as well as meditation and somatic therapy, and is now studying to become a doctor of chiropractic medicine. Her work has always focused on the mystery of dimensionality, the interconnectedness of community, and reimagining our relationship with the natural world.

Flower Communion and Loving Kindness

The Flower Communion Ceremony has become a Unitarian Universalist tradition created by Norbert Capek (1870-1942), who founded the Unitarian Church in Czechoslovakia. We ask that those in attendance each bring a flower to be included in the front display, symbolizing the gifts that we each … read more.

“We Are All Connected”

It’s very easy to get caught up in the idea that we are special, that we are unique, that we are different … in big and small ways. But the truth is that we are all made of the same things! The same things that … read more.

The Importance of Being Uncomfortable

The title pretty much says it all! This week we’ll explore the values of discomfort, and what it takes to stay in that difficult place. All are welcome either in person or on Zoom. It’s a safe place to be uncomfortable!


This week we’re talking about blessings! Where they come from, and more importantly, how we can be a force for putting blessings into the world with our attention, care, and creativity. If you’ve ever wondered how you can make a difference, come and join this … read more.

Tikkun Olam

We’ll be exploring the idea of ‘tikkun olam’ – a Jewish story about the light in every heart and our place in the project of restoring the world. hope to see you there!