Online Programming
Thank you for being part of our online, church community. Here you will find our most recent online services and Ministers' Forums in case you did not get an opportunity to watch them before. To visit our YouTube channel, please click below, at the bottom of this page.


August 9, 2020

Reading Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes as a human rights observer in rural Mexico, and again while trekking the Camino de Santiago in Spain, gave delving into the book a special resonance for Dr. Bossen. He uses the title character’s loss of connection to the present to examine our ability to wait in the present. How can we be open to ‘what is’ while doing what we can to create the world we want to see?

August 2, 2020

In a sermon dedicated to civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis, we are asked “Who has the Word of God come to today?” or to put it differently, “Who has been asked to make the world better than it is today?” We are shown it is our turn to change the narrative, to shift our culture’s priorities to making the world better, and more just; it is our turn to let freedom ring.

July 26, 2020

Dr. Bossen’s reflection on the concept of waiting leads from his balcony herb and water gardens to existentialist drama of the 1940s; it also leads him to consider two approaches to life, the transcendental and the horizontal, and what that means for building relationships during these difficult times.


August 12, 2020

Rev. D. Scott Cooper speaks with Dr. Ann J. Robison about the opportunities that the The Montrose Center offers the LGBTQ community as well as the challenges in serving them during the pandemic

August 5, 2020

The Rev. Dr. Colin Bossen Speaks with Daniel McKanan about the similar challenges between Harvard and the Unitarian Universalist Association in combating institutionalized white supremacy.

July 29, 2020

Rev. D. Scott Cooper speaks with Stacey Merlin about caring for patients and health care workers and the sacrifices that health care workers are making to make sure not only their patients but their loved ones are taken care of during the pandemic.