Month: February 2022

From Our Minister / Feb. 2022


Freedom and happiness are found in the flexibility and ease with which we move through change. ~
Gautama Buddha 

Flexibility has become an absolute necessity thanks to the pandemic, and yet flexibility has also become one of the most challenging tasks of our lives! I … read more.

From the Social Action Council

Soup Kitchen Corner by Judy Lacker

On Saturday, February 5th, members of Soup Kitchen Team #4 will be returning to the Dorothy Day Soup Kitchen on Spring Street to help serve take-out meals that were cooked in volunteers’ homes as well as bagged sandwiches for lunches … read more.

Mystery Buddies is Back!

Last year we offered a postcard exchange between kids and young adults in pairs who got to know each other over a four-week period of exchanging notes without knowing one another’s identities. After our final postcard exchange, we held a celebratory event in which … read more.

Upcoming In Children and Youth Religious Education (RE):

We look forward to returning to in-person services and simultaneous indoor Religious Education. We anticipate this return to take place sometime this month. The following is based on a return mid-month and is subject to change.

February 6: Family Dinner on ZoomFebruary 13: “Share the Love” … read more.

From our Minister / February 2022

Freedom and happiness are found in the flexibility and ease with which we move through change. ~

Gautama Buddha 

Flexibility has become an absolute necessity thanks to the pandemic, and yet flexibility has also become one of the most challenging tasks of our lives! I want … read more.

From the Board of Trustees

by Margaret Henderson, Co-President

February’s Focus for the Board of Trustees: Inclusivity A friend of mine who knew calligraphy once made a lovely card for me at this time of year that said, “Tra-la, it’s February, the lusty month of February!” Here’s to the dead … read more.

Notes on Two Hundred Years (and More)

by Douglas H. Parkhurst

A rather curious headline appeared above a story on page one of the Waterbury (CT) Evening Democrat on Thursday, February 14, 1889. It read “One Preacher Less in the Family.” The story: “Danbury, Conn., Feb.14. – The sudden disappearance of the Rev. … read more.