Chalice Circles

These small group ministries offer the chance to build connections with other friends and members beyond Sunday services while deepening your own connection with Spirit.   Chalice circles are lay-led groups of up to a dozen people that meet for about two hours, with a trained facilitator on discussion topics of the group’s choosing. For more information, please check out the UUA’s description of these circles, explore the resources, or email the office ( and we will have the current coordinator get in touch with you.


Mindful Movement and meditation

Laura Moberg, our Director of Religious Exploration, currently leads various sessions via Zoom incorporating QiGong, meditation, Yin Yoga, energy balancing.  Below are her current offerings.  Some sessions are also available as posts on this website, and on our YouTube channel.

Contact Laura at 

Media Library: 

Mindful Movement: Embodied Serenity Prayer

Infinity Symbol Moving Meditation

Metta/Loving Kindness Meditation

"S" Meditation


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Scheduled Offerings

Monday SE: Qigong & Meditation at 9:30 a.m.  

Arrive at 9:15 to settle in. Stay a while after to check in and chat! Show up in loose fitting clothes with an optional pillow, blanket and coffee/tea thermos. 

Wednesday SE: Yoga & Tapping at  9:30 a.m.  

Energy Medicine Yoga guides you through simple yoga poses, empowered by conscious breathing and energy awareness. 

EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) leads you to tap on a set of vital meridian points as you contact and clear thoughts and emotions.

Welcome to settle in and connect at 9:15 with a blanket and pillow and feel free to linger until 10:45 savoring and sharing the peace and tranquility with each other.

Friday SE: Earth & Sky at 9:30 a.m.  

On the mythic journey to wholeness, we nourish and support one another as we explore our archetypal patterns in astrology and the four elements.  Closed group.  Questions about participating? Contact Laura Moberg at

Spirit in Nature Trail

Behind our farmhouse you will find a peaceful, winding path including our animal, plant, and mineral neighbors, quiet places to sit, and a few thoughtful words posted on small signboards to complement your own meditations.

Enjoy the wheelchair-friendly boardwalk and the less-smooth walking trail.  In the spring, your rubber boots and sense of humor are recommended for some parts of the walk.

A guide to the plants to be seen along the trail, with text and illustrations by our own Phil Kern, follows (document is in pdf format, paper copies are available at the kiosk at the trailhead):

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