April 19 – "All For One, One For All" - led by EarthKeepers

This annual Earth Day service hosted by our EarthKeepers committee will focus on the concept that the community has an obligation to care for each of its members, and each member has an obligation to serve the community. It will be an adventure for the mind and the spirit. The dedication of our solar panels and recognition of all those who brought them from a dream to a reality, will take place during this service.

April 26 – “A May Day Celebration” – Rev. Margie Allen

A hard winter calls for a truly glad spring. A Mayday in April.  Yes, there will be a maypole, dancing for kids and adults, music for winding the pole with colors. Come enjoy an intergenerational celebration of spring!

May 3 – Topic TBA - Dr. Roger Thompson, Guest Worship Leader 

Dr. Thompson is an Associate Professor in Stony Brook’s Program in Writing and Rhetoric. His recent work includes extensive scholarship on veterans and the culture of war.

May 10 – “Play” and Blessing of the Wheels! – Rev. Margie Allen

Bring your human-powered vehicles (roller skates to bicycles) to be blessed for spring and summer riding. We’re thinking about play this morning, the re-creation of our lives. Fun talking about the essential activity of just having fun.

May 17 – “The Future of Democracy” – Rev. Margie Allen

This is the final service in this congregational year’s series on democracy. Our democracy is in danger. What can we do, in the name of our fifth principle, to help restore it to health?

May 24 – “What’s Good About War?” – Rev. Margie Allen

Nothing. Nothing is good about war, but there are undeniable collateral benefits. I don’t really want to talk about them, but I will.

May 31 – “Underground” – Rev. Margie Allen

When some essential service is outlawed, the process for obtaining it goes underground. Some history and projections regarding threats to women’s reproductive rights.