Gratitude 9:30 AM & 11:15 AM

Emrys StatonKatie ResendizRev. Margret A. O’Neall

Sharing the abundance in our lives, we celebrate the gifts of community in the annual multigenerational bread ceremony. All are invited to bring a bread — grain-based, gluten-free or paleo – tortillas, challah, muffins, idlis, injera, naan, fry bread – from your family tradition to share with the community. ASL Interpreter here during 2nd Service.


"Our family has been attending UUCP off and on for a few years, and we recently decided to become members of this amazing community. As individuals, we have both questioned the value of organized religion to varying degrees over the last decade or so, and until we visited UUCP it wasn't clear that we would ever want to be a part of a faith community again at all. This congregation has opened our eyes to the love and peace that can come with religion, and we're so happy to have spent time with you."

I find that spending time with the kids and getting to know them is time well spent. A spontaneous hug from a six year old makes my week.