Rev. Anita Farber-Robertson

Come to Worship

Worship is one vital way we sustain and transform the experience of being in meaningful relationship. Come to worship to experience being together, supported, challenged and encouraged. Your presence matters to the rest of us; when you are not here, you are missed!

Becoming As Goats

We invite you to join us for worship. Rev. Anita will be leading the service, and she shares this thought for contemplation by Galway Kinnell:

“Everything flowers from within,
Of self blessing;
though sometimes it is
necessary to re-teach a thing its loveliness…
until it flowers … read more.

Homecoming Service and Celebration

We will have our Water Ceremony, a welcome and introduction to our Religious Education program for the children, and an enhanced coffee hour time between to the two services so that we can meet and greet each other in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Our Water … read more.

Flower Communion Sunday

You’re invited to worship this Sunday, June 16, for a single service at 10 a.m. This is our Flower Communion Sunday, a delightful ritual of giving and receiving, and Rev. Anita shares this thought for contemplation: “All of us need all of us to make … read more.

With You in Mind

We invite you to join us for worship. Rev. Anita will be leading the service, and she shares this thought for contemplation by Dr. Leon Spencer: “Create a new table where the values of our faith are both promised and practiced without reservation.”

 

Audio recording of … read more.

Sometimes Our Best Efforts

We invite you to join us for worship. Rev. Anita will be leading the service, and she shares this thought for contemplation, often attributed to Mother Theresa:

“Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough.

Give the world the best you’ve got … read more.

A Ritual of Community

We invite you to join us for worship. Rev. Anita will be leading the service, and she shares this thought for contemplation by Galway Kinnell:

“Everything flowers from within,
Of self-blessing;
though sometimes it is
necessary to re-teach a thing its loveliness…
until it … read more.