more than honey

Environmental Justice Film Series
February 23, 2016 @ 7 PM
Doors open at 6:30

This event is FREE                BYOB                popcorn included

More than Honey is a 2012 Swiss documentary directed by Markus Imhoof about honeybee colonies in California, Switzerland, China and Australia. Beekeepers, scientists and others discuss the world’s declining bee population and what it may mean for modern society. Bumblebee researcher Felicity Muth called the film “visually magnificent.” Stephen Holden, writing for the New York Times, calls the cinematography “spectacularly beautiful”.

The movie is about 90 min. long, and after we watch it we’ll have a discussion about what actions we can all take on this important issue.



February Book Club


February 24th


Home of Gloria Weberg

February’s book is Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance.



Sunday Service
February 26

Join us this Sunday for a sermon titled “Alternate Facts, Fake News, and Damn Lies/ How Unitarian Universalism isn’t Like the Taliban“. We seem to be living in what some are calling a post fact era. We are hoping you will bring your thoughtful ruminations about our current condition.


Planning Ahead!healing rocks

Red Tent Women’s Gathering
April 12, 2017

Healing Stones

Join us as we gather in sacred space to sing, heal, center ourselves and invite peace into our lives through an informal Healing Stones ritual based on a tradition of the Quero of the high mountains of Peru. Bring a stone to donate or accept one as a gift from Red Tent. We will mix them and each pick one to take home. A love offering will buy a gift card for the Safe Shelter from Domestic Violence. All women of the community are welcome. Invite your friends. If you can, please bring a snack to share.

Led by Gretchen Ohmann, Nan Lundeen and Kathy Smeets. Questions? E-mail