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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Hope and Liberation in Indigenous Spirituality

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Amy McKlindon

In our final series in our Hope and Liberation in World Religions Series, we'll be exploring Indigenous Spirituality from North America. Rev. Dr. Tink Tinker (Osage) is our guide in how the rich spirituality from many different indigenous communities can help us to live in harmony with each other, our earth and our spirit in a liberatory way.

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The Circle Game

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Jon Palumbo
Music: Blues with the Sugar Thieves

As we celebrate our graduates, our volunteers and staff, we think about the ages and stages of our lives and how there is always something to celebrate in community.

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Return Again: Resting for Liberation

Led by: Brigitta Vieyra
Worship Associate: Amy McKlindon
Music: UUCP Members

Intentionally slow down and reimagine with us how rest is a meticulous love practice that disrupts oppressive grind culture. This Sunday, you're invited to tune into the prophetic wisdom of Tricia Hersey’s rest-as-resistance framework and discover how embracing ease is a pathway for collective liberation.

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Hope and Liberation in the Black Church

Led by: Rev Christine
Worship Associate: Sam Kirkland
Music: UUCP Choir

In our next installation of our Liberation in World Religions series, we will be exploring the "Black Church," the American traditions of resistance, hope and liberation that have come from the Black American Diaspora. They have much to teach us about liberation in our current day.

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Earth Rise

Led by: Rev. Christine
Worship Associate: Gary Ezzell
Music: Benjie Messer

We will explore the magic and hope of Amanda Gorman's poem EarthRise to delve into further layers of Earth Day and how we keep our hope, commitment and promise to our Earth.

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The Year to Save the Earth

Led by: Jim Scott
Worship Associate: Rev. Christine
Music: Songwriter Jim Scott, with the UUCP choir

Mixing powerful songs and beautiful projected images, “The Year to Save the Earth” takes us from celebration to grieving, protest to positive vision for the planet. Jim Scott’s lyrical melodies and outspoken poetry celebrate what’s beautiful, amazing, and fragile about this planet. As well as hard reality, the program’s message is one of optimism with many invitations to join in the singing. Facing the urgency of the environmental crisis, the songs challenge us to feel, to learn and to act.