As spring comes to Mother Earth once again, we all gather in spiritual community to celebrate the long awaited awakening. Worship Associate: Joanne McMahon
Speaker: Rev. Gretchen Woods
Offering a new take on what Jesus may have been trying to say during Passion Week. Worship Associate: Jorie Schulz
UU Source 3: What underpins our life choices and how can the UU Sources speak to those choices? Worship Associate: Melanie Flint
Humor and play are essential to human being. Bring your sense of play and story to share. Worship Associate: Jorie Schulz
Sometimes we get lost in making sense of our lives, when we might find joy in simply going forward with living. A series of brief observations about how one might do this. Worship Associate: Kate Hand; Worship Coordinator: Jen Gill
As we approach the Equinox, let’s consider stasis, balance, and motion in our lives and on the planet. Worship Associate: Kathy Warne
Gretchen Woods will offer a deeper understanding of the Humanist Movement in the UUA. There will also be an Ingathering for new members.
All too many of us have been deeply touched by suicide, but have not found a way to break the silence that often shrouds this deeply grievous event, that is not really an event but a process that takes time and energy. The service will … read more.
Source 4: There is so much more to the Golden Rule, as clear as it is. Share the Plate will benefit Redwood Outdoor Education. Worship Associate: Solveig Zarubin
Let’s explore the difference between change and transformation, the past and the future. Worship Associate: Jorie Schulz
Many Unitarian Universalists mistrust anger. Is there another way to look at this charged emotion? Worship Associate: Sarah Skovlund
An opportunity to begin thinking about relations with one’s self, other members of UUFRC, the Board, the staff, the minister, and the larger community. Worship Associate: Ellie Kilpatrick.
Convey your values by telling your story, broaden it to appeal to our shared values, articulate the challenges we face and what must be done. Our collective action binds us and creates hope. Share-the-Plate benefits Sequoia High School’s Dream Club
Exploring alternative ways to understand emotions, we find a spiritual component. Worship Associate: Kate Hand
On the Language of Emotions, Rev. Gretchen Woods
Christmas is not a time nor a season but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas.
Homily: “The Peace of Christmas,” Rev. Gretchen Woods
A early Christmas Eve service for families. Please join us for this special time together.
Homily: “To Have Faith Like a Child,” Ellie Kilpatrick
In this time when we emphasize “Peace on Earth,” it makes sense to consider this UU Principle and its implications for our lives.
This fourth Principle holds the center of Unitarian Universalism. But what is truth and how does it relate to meaning and why is it so important to UUs? Let’s discuss. Worship Associate: Solveig Zarubin
As we acknowledge the abundance that we enjoy in this country, we also need to commit to action for Mother Earth as a whole congregational family. Worship Associate: Chris DeCardy
On Sunday, national elections will be only two days away. What does Unitarian Universalism have to say about that? Worship Associate: Joanne McMahon