For most of our worship services beginning in the spring of 2020, we have video recordings of the full worship service and of just the sermon available for you to watch.

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How Can I Keep From Singing

Led by: Sam Kirkland

This year Sam Kirkland invites you to sing out in honor of your ancestors. Those upon whom shoulders you stand and who are the wind beneath your wings - who’ve transitioned from this plane and onto the great beyond.  It will be a service of reflections and songs for those who are gone but never forgotten.

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Practice Makes Imperfect

Led by: Emrys Staton
Worship Associate: John LaBarbera

Practice Makes Imperfect: A Buddhist perspective on the earnest quest for being our best selves, and how the ‘hindrance of perfection’ can lead us away from accepting our real selves.

A woman making a heart symbol with her hands, framing the sun at sunset.

Body Positivity as a Spiritual Practice

Led by: Mary McManus
Worship Associate: Gio Palumbo

As Unitarian Universalists, we believe in the inherent dignity of every person, justice in human relations, and acceptance of one another. How can we apply our UU values to one of the most essential pieces of ourselves: our bodies? This week, we will explore body positivity as a spiritual practice and find new ways to show ourselves and others the love we deserve.

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Jesus was a Universalist

Led by: Gary Ezzell
Worship Associate: Carrie Lifshitz

Let's do something rare at UUCP and talk about Jesus. Not as the Christ, but as a teacher of a profound form of love, one that was radically inclusive, impossibly universal. Love your enemies, really? But if love truly is our doctrine, let's listen to someone who lived it.

The Arizona desert with the words Summer Solstice--Celebrating the Sun in the Valley of the Sun floating in the foreground.

Summer Solstice–Celebrating the Sun in the Valley of the Sun

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Sam Kirkland

This is the week of the summer solstice--the longest day of the year. We will explore this pagan holiday that has special meaning in the heat of the desert. Explore how pagans see the sun as a sign of power and passion as we celebrate the day together.

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Our Symbol is the Question Mark: The Question Box Service

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: John LaBarbera, Carrie Lifshitz

There is an old joke that the symbol of Unitarian Universalism should be a Question Mark. In this service, bring your questions and curiosities. Rev. Christine will answer as many of them as time allows. We can cover a wide range of topics--from faith/religion/theology, to UUCP, to national and world events, to our own deep questions. Be curious in this improvised, yet meaningful service.