Our roots go back many years. Today, our congregation numbers 350 members and many friends. We are young, old, singles, couples, and families of many types from up and down the Peninsula.
Instead of a central creed, our religion centers around shared principles or moral values, like "the inherent worth and dignity of each person". Our Living Tradition enriches our lives.
Our ordained ministers lead Sunday services brimming with beautiful music. Children join the first service for the first 15 minutes before gathering for their classes.
Such times as Christmas Eve, Winter Solstice, and Passover create the rhythm of the year. And we provide a variety of spiritual experiences with meditation groups, small spiritual meetings, and our labyrinth.
We play, hike, dance, talk, sing, act, and share meals together. For many of us, the community we have found here is our second family.