Birch Spick

The Longest Night

Despite the prevailing messages around us, this season is not always merry and bright. In a year when so much... Read More →


Tending the Darkness

In the midst of a growing pandemic, the darker, colder days of winter can feel even more foreboding as we... Read More →


The Big Reveal

Click here for video (YouTube) In its original Greek, apokálupsis meant an uncovering, a revelation, an event revealing the true... Read More →


The Good Place

Click here for video (YouTube) 9:15 am and 11 am Celebrant, Birch Spick and Meg Notch We center the value... Read More →


Of Many Roots and Branches

10 am Celebrant, Meg Notch Ours is a living tradition, one ever unfurling, drawing from many spiritual and philosophical roots. Each of us here bring our past, present, and future experiences to bear in this shared tradition. But what keeps us here in community, among all our differences? Join us as we hear members of our congregation reflect on the influences that shape their Unitarian Universalist experiences. "Sunny Side Up" arranged by Peter Kopelson sung by mens' octet


The Ancestors of Summer

One Service at 10:00 am Celebrant, Birch Spick   This June marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots (June 28-29, 1969), a watershed moment for LGBTQ liberation movements in the United States. On this Capital City Pride weekend, join our community as we consider what beauty we find in resistance. As we gather together, may we consider how the fore-runners of the queer and trans liberation movements teach us this.