We strive to provide worship experiences that offer intellectual stimulation, emotional comfort, and spiritual transformation: insight into truth and meaning; new knowledge of self, others, and the world; inspiration to act with compassion for peace, equity, and justice, and with reverence for the interdependent web of all existence.
Our weekly Sunday Service is at 11:00 am. Nursery care begins at 9:30 am and continue throughout events, meetings, and activities that occur after the service. Children and Youth activities begin at 11:15 am starting with the Children’s Recessional where they are welcome to participate by leaving the service to join the activities.
Sunday, June 23
I Sing the Body Electric
Guest in the Pulpit: Mark Canter
Lay Leader: Rod Oldenburg
Board Member on Duty: Marty Beech
The theme is embodied spirituality, or the integration of body, mind, and spirit. It will offer new spiritual metaphors that include, rather than reject, the body and earth. Participation will include a yogic breathing exercise, and an opportunity to play a paradiddle (a percussion rudiment).
Sunday, June 30
“I learned from my neighbors everything they would tell me”
Minister: William Levwood
Board Member on Duty: Kristen Eliza Coyne
The theme of this year’s Unitarian Universalist’s General Assembly is “The Power of We.” Returning from General Assembly our minister, William Levwood, will explore how together we can counter oppressive systems by learning from our neighbors.