Speaker: Rev. Samuel Schaal

It’s About Time

Dr. Seuss pondered “How did it get so late so soon?” In this farewell sermon, we’ll consider how time might be more than the mere progression of days, an invitation to a deeper experience of life.

Works in Progress

We get used to routine and resist change. But perhaps our lives are works in progress. Perhaps each of us is evolving toward a fuller expression of whatever it is we are supposed to be.

Living Our Story

Who are we?  Where do we come from?  In both our individual and family lives, how do we understand the events of our history? How have those events shaped who we are?


Before Christmas comes, we encounter the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year. This darkness can be nourishing, providing the soulful gifts of emptiness, expansiveness and expectation.

Life, Death and Immortality

All Souls / Day of the Dead
In this special service honoring the memory of all those we have loved and lost, we contemplate the mystery of being born and having to die. What in our life is immortal?