Join us for services each Sunday at 10 am. Children attend the introduction of the service before being escorted to Religious Education class. All are welcome at the coffee hour following the service, in our Fellowship Hall.
Upcoming service listing
November 4 – Recognizing Our Spiritual Ancestors – Julie Pera
From Dia de los Muertos to Thanksgiving, November is full of mention of ancestors. In our religious community, we recognize that our ancestors are not limited only to those who have contributed to our genetic makeup, and recognizing our spiritual ancestors may help us increase our gratitude. Bring a photograph or artifact representing one of your ancestors (biological or spiritual) for our ofrenda this Sunday.
November 11 – You Never Know: Musings on Faith – Laura Reichsman
UU Minister Victoria Safford writes, "Faith is not the same as knowledge or belief; sometimes it has no content. It’s a different way of knowing, more like feeling, more like feeling at home – not at ease, necessarily, not... convinced that everything will be okay. It’s not an easy fix... Faith... is more a matter of right perspective." Come explore this vein of faith.
*November 18 – Bread Communion – Music & Worship Committee
The Bread Communion is an annual ritual that includes the breaking and passing around of bread throughout the congregation. Congregants eat the bread while being led in a reflection about gratitude, sharing and being together in community. All are invited to bring bread to the service if they wish, and many people bring a type of bread that holds meaning for them.
November 25 – Gratitude Is Our Attitude – Cheryl Jacques and Melissa Myers
Gratitude has unexpected effects on our lives, and on this—the Sunday following Thanksgiving—we'll reflect, inspired by Holly Whitaker's words about gratitude, "It is the invitation for more than we can imagine. Everything we want starts with it. It is the prayer for expansion."
* Indicates an “Accessible Sunday” with worship services held in the Peace Sanctuary of the ground floor Fellowship Hall. Accessible Sunday occurs regularly on the third Sunday of other months. In summer, all services are accessible.