In Search of Hope

9:30 and 11:15 am

While our tradition is rooted in several particular religious ideas, Unitarian Universalism is at its core a covenantal faith. This Sunday we will explore the promises that unite us as a congregation and how our covenantal faith calls us to be people who practice what we preach. Food Drive Sunday (Social Justice Council and Youth Adult Team are working together to lead this)

What Matters Most

9:30 and 11:15 am

For too long conservative Christians have controlled the national conversation about morality. This week in worship we will join with thousands of liberal congregations around the country in a moral revival of the issues that matter most in our country today: poverty, racism, xenophobia, and making an America that works for everyone.

Defying Hate

9:30 and 11:15 am

On September 20th people around the country will be tuning into PBS to watch Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War, the Ken Burns documentary about the Unitarian couple whose work in Europe saved the lives of hundreds of refugees. Join us this week as we steep ourselves in our tradition’s legacy of moral courage and how we can continue it by supporting refugees today.

Living Waters

9:30 and 11:15 am

Join us this Ingathering Sunday to share in our annual Water Ceremony tradition and welcome one another back to church after all manner of summer journeys! Everyone is invited to bring a small container of water that represents a special place or experience in your life this summer. Whether from a vacation to Lake Tahoe or just the hose you use to water your garden, the water you bring will be mingled with water from ceremonies in years past. It is this water, made sacred by the intention of our community throughout the generations that we use to dedicate new babies and children among us.

Shall We Overcome?

11 am  The only way to stay sane in this crazy election cycle is to pay attention and write songs about how to protect all the things that make this country great. We are all lucky to live in a country where anyone can grow … read more.

Finding Safe Harbor: The Healing Power of Love

11 am   This is an inspirational “song and story” presentation about a determined young family of five living in a Bangladesh refugee camp in the 1990s. The narrative, based on a true story, follows the efforts of one father, Tuhin, who, having escaped the encampment … read more.

Candidate Week: Better Than Any Gem

As UUs, we often think our ideas are the most powerful thing our faith has to offer. And yet, our congregations are no longer the only places where people can hear and live out ideas like each person’s inherent dignity and the value of human … read more.