A Humanist Celebration – A Lay led service

Join us to share in a Humanist perspective at this time of year when so many of our neighbor’s revel in a variety of religious rituals. Whether you are curious about Humanism or a life-long adherent, you are welcome. 

Candlelight Service

Join us for this community celebration of story and song, carols and candlelight. We’ll welcome our newest babies, sing traditional carols, hear words of poetry and sacred text, enjoy special music, and finally, in a highlight of the year, gather our voices for the quiet singing of “Silent Night” as we light candles and “spread the light” of Christmas Eve night. All are welcome. Invite a neighbor or a friend who might be alone to come along and join the warmth and joy of our community.


It Takes a Village (to Navigate the Maze of Life)

Ancient wisdom puts forth the idea that it takes a village to raise a child. In increasingly secular and isolating times, what does that village look like? How can a village be made of our divided homes and the distances between us? Why bother at all? Come in comfortable clothing and shoes: we’re exploring the maze of human relations and the experience of togetherness as we walk the long twisting pathways of life.