Rev. Chris J. Antal

On Resilience

An examination of recent research on resilience.  

Roots and Wings

On January 13, 2018, one of the world’s first statements of religious tolerance will have its 450th anniversary. Join UU congregations around the world by celebrating the Anniversary with this special worship service, grounding us in our past as we look to the future.

Christmas Eve Service

4 p.m. Hot cider and cookie reception followed by a Christmas Eve service led by our ministers – Rev. Chris J. Antal and Terri Pahucki

Who Have We Become

A service to reflect on the sacred journey we share. This service will be followed by a Soul Matters session at 12:15.

Embodiment

Our community strives to embody and celebrate the world as we hope it will one day become: a place of radical hospitality, courageous love, and prophetic resistance. How are we doing? This service will be followed by a Soul Matters session with Rev. Chris at 12:30 p.m.

Fall Congregational Meeting

After a brief service conducted by Rev. Antal, our next congregational meeting will be on Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. Letters have gone out inviting those listed as members and friends, but attendance is not restricted to those groups. We invite all who are interested in the life of our congregation to come and participate, although, … Continued

Living in This Moment

Mindfulness is the work of being in the here and now, paying attention to and responding to the present moment with action in service to our values.  This service will be followed by a Soul Matters session with Rev. Chris at 12:30 p.m.

Death with Dignity

Join our minister and guest speaker Eleanor Aronstein, Final Exit Network Capital District Leader, for a program on end of life that includes inspiring stories and practical guidance. Followed by a fifth Sunday forum, 12:15-1pm, led by Ms. Aronstein.

Death with Dignity

Join our minister and guest speaker Eleanor Aronstein, Final Exit Network Capital District Leader, for a program on end of life that includes inspiring stories and practical guidance. Followed by a fifth Sunday forum, 12:15-1pm, led by Ms. Aronstein.

Death and Sadness

We consider how psychiatry transformed normal sadness into a depressive disorder and examine the place of sadness in a life well lived.