Join us for our annual book communion. Bring a book to church to put on our alter, and bring a wonderful new reading experience home with you. Led by Glen Jacob, with words from two of our recently publish authors, Nathan Heigert and Bethany Salway, … read more.
Speaker: Glen Jacob
Member of Starr King UU Church
Though we have broken our vows a thousand times before, come, yet again come. Join us to explore this valuable and emotional topic. Led by Glen Jacob, featuring the sermon: “Failure to Forgive “ written by John A Buehrens
Gathering Hymn: #6, Just as Long as … read more.
How do we deal with resistance to assimilation? There are many different answers. Join pulpit guest Glen Jacob as we explore some examples from science fiction and fantasy as metaphors, from the Borg from Star Trek, to The Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Come for … read more.
Join guest speaker, Glen Jacob, as we talk about books and the joy of reading, for our annual book communion. This will be a lighthearted and fun service. We hope to share some much needed laughter, with perhaps a chuckle or two.
Please bring a book … read more.
Bring a book, take a book! Join Glen Jacob, Stuart Fink, and Bethany Salway as they share their love of books. You are invited to attend in person or connect via zoom and share a brief description of your favorite book.
Virtual Service: Check your email for details on how to join
Experience the joy of the creative spirit, as members of the congregation share music, poetry and improvisational comedy.
Join us for some much needed laughter and positive energy.
Winds of War by Al Murdach. War and peace are much in the news lately. It was even bigger news in 1941. Join us to return to that time and hear about the debates that rankled the media and the public then. Hard to believe … read more.
Join us as we celebrate the joy of books, writing, and the creative process. Bring a book to put upon the alter for our annual book communion. Hear testimonials by Stuart Fink, Al Murdach, Emily Watkins, and Glen Jacob.
Has how you look forward changed over time? Were you more optimistic towards the future in the past? Can we ever regain that optimism? Join us as we look forward and backward, with a science fiction twist, of course.
This service is about being grateful for the time we have and honoring the past.
Click here to listen to the sermon by Lorie Miller, Stuart Fink and Glen Jacob.(right click and save)