Speaker: Rev. Natalie Malter

Rev. Natalie Malter is a UU minister, who is currently a doctoral student in the Study of Religion at Harvard University. Her research focuses upon 19th and 20th century American religious history and the relationship between religion and women’s rights movements. She served on the editorial board of A Documentary History of Unitarian Universalism (Skinner 2017) and is passionate about the ways in which UU history shapes our present and our future.

Sunday Service: Online

Click the link above to watch the service, which starts at 11 am. Order of Service Zoom Videoconference for candles & coffee hour – this will start immediately after the service ends. If you have any issues seeing the video above, you can watch it directly in YouTube instead: https://youtu.be/2FYsA94jdyw In these uncertain times, we … Continue reading Sunday Service: Online

New Beginnings

As we enter into a new year, we take time to reflect on the meaning of new beginnings. What does it mean to begin again and to build something beautiful amid the brokenness of our hurting world? How do we remain hopeful amid all that is uncertain about what is yet to come? Join Rev. … Continue reading New Beginnings