John Mallory Land on “Piercing the Veil: the Spirit World in Our Modern Age

John Mallory Land is a member of our Fellowship. He’s also an amateur historian, a theater professional and a student of Unitarian Universalism. He’ll explore aspects of spirituality in our age of unprecedented changes and challenges. In our tradition, after a Sunday talk we have a brief period for questions and comments. Visitors are welcome. Please join us.

John Mallory Land

Services feature a speaker—either a member of the Fellowship or a guest—who talks about subjects related to the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. Speakers might be writers, artists, teachers, activists, organizers, community leaders—it’s a long, varied list. Services also include music, readings, meditation and a fchance to share your own thoughts. All that, and we’re done by noon. Join us before the service for coffee and conversation.

We are truly non-denominational. Our unofficial motto: “deeds before creeds.” However, as individuals, we do have beliefs. Members subscribe to a range of religious, philosophical and ethical traditions—all tied together by respect for all people and for the planet itself.

Pandemic measures

  • Masks are optional, HOWEVER…
  • During Sunday services, we reserve a mask-only space for those who wish to wear them.
  • Please respect social distancing.
  • We urge everyone to be fully vaccinated and boosted to protect ourselves and others.
  • If you are not vaccinated, please wear a mask.
  • Speakers, service leaders and members of the choir don’t wear masks but they are even more socially distant. 
  • Guests are welcome, but please follow our pandemic guidelines.

Services feature a speaker—either a member of the Fellowship or a guest—who talks about subjects related to the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. Speakers might be writers, artists, teachers, activists, organizers, community leaders—it’s a long, varied list. Services also include music, readings, meditation and a fchance to share your own thoughts. All that, and we’re done by noon. Join us before the service for coffee and conversation.

We are truly non-denominational. Our unofficial motto: “deeds before creeds.” However, as individuals, we do have beliefs. Members subscribe to a range of religious, philosophical and ethical traditions—all tied together by respect for all people and for the planet itself.

Pandemic measures

  • Masks are optional, HOWEVER…
  • During Sunday services, we reserve a mask-only space for those who wish to wear them.
  • Please respect social distancing.
  • We urge everyone to be fully vaccinated and boosted to protect ourselves and others.
  • If you are not vaccinated, please wear a mask.
  • Speakers, service leaders and members of the choir don’t wear masks but they are even more socially distant. 
  • Guests are welcome, but please follow our pandemic guidelines.

Pandemic measures

  • Masks are optional, HOWEVER…
  • During Sunday services, we reserve a mask-only space for those who wish to wear them.
  • Please respect social distancing.
  • We urge everyone to be fully vaccinated and boosted to protect ourselves and others.
  • If you are not vaccinated, please wear a mask.
  • Speakers, service leaders and members of the choir don’t wear masks but they are even more socially distant. 
  • Guests are welcome, but please follow our pandemic guidelines.

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