Returning for a third year in a row, Laura Gentry and Rev. Mitra will explore jazz and theology with a full accompaniment of wonderful musicians. This Sunday we will explore how jazz can move us from a partial understanding to a more fully realized whole. … read more.
Rev. Mitra Jafarzadeh
We will start this Sunday with Pancakes at 10:00 and move to worship at 11:00. Bring your favorite patriotic quote to share for this morning’s worship service as we seek to remember and promote the promise of American idealism. Yes, I know we are far … read more.
We are held and shaped by the people with whom we choose to spend our time. At St. John’s we do not say that we have to believe a certain way, but we do agree to be in covenant and treat each other in certain … read more.
It is a springtime tradition among many Unitarian Universalist Churches for each person to bring a flower to church and build a beautiful bouquet together. At the end of the service, the flowers will be distributed, each person receiving a flower different from the one … read more.
Rev. Mitra will provide reflection on mystical imagery of love and the divine– Rumi, Hafiz, St. John, etc.
Religion is a powerful force in the world. Today we will host the same chalice that will be front and center at the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly. Let us celebrate the goodness of our connections inside these walls and beyond.
Bunny rabbits laying eggs, life defeating death, love lasting long– Spring is the season for bright and foolish things, especially when Easter and April fool’s day share a spot on the calendar. Come join Robert Fawley and Rev. Mitra as we explore the gifts and … read more.