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.

A statue of Martin Luther King Jr with the text Modern Elections in the New Civil Rights Movement written over it in white.

Modern Elections as the New Civil Rights Movement

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Gio Palumbo

On this Martin Luther King weekend, we must recognize that a key part of the Civil Rights movement was organizing for voting rights. It is over 50 years past the Voting Rights Act and yet we need this prophetic work now more than ever. As the election season ramps up--both nationally and locally, let's explore the work ahead of us as a civil rights act.

A black and white picture of a couple holding hands, with the words care-full commitments in white over them.

Care-full Commitments

Led by: Brigitta Vieyra
Worship Associate: Amy McKlindon
Music: Nicole Pesce

In an uncertain future, being careful is a common posture in how to move through the world. As a covenantal tradition, we are called to faithfully follow through on our relationship commitments to ourselves and one another. Join us as we discover how compassion is a promise and a practice inviting us into more care-full commitments.

A pile of rocks stacked up on top of each other next to the ocean.

New Years Meditation and Labyrinth

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance, Brigitta Vieyra
Worship Associate: Gary Ezzell
Music: Benjie Messer

Let us enter 2024 together, with meditations, reflections and a return of our New Years Labyrinth to contemplate what has meaning for us in turning of the wheel.

200 Years of Silent Night: Christmas Eve Worship Service

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance, Brigitta Vieyra, Rev. Patrice Curtis
Worship Associate: John LaBarbera, Carrie Lifshitz, Jon Palumbo

Join us for our Traditional Christmas Eve Service. Music, readings, and candles set the scene for a personal and meaningful night as we consider 200 years of the song Silent Night—in meaning, use, and sentiment.

A giant moon overlooking the Arizona Desert filled with cactus trees and the UUCP logo.

A Noisy Nativity: Christmas Eve Pageant

Led by: Katie Resendiz
Music: Benjie Messer

Join us for our All-Ages Christmas Pageant. We'll have a noisy look at the meaning of Christmas, with a chance for everyone to join the cacophony and our traditional appearance by our Pteranodon, Pterry.

A picture of the Earth with UUCP logos floating on either side.

Winter Solstice with UU Ministry for the Earth

Led by: Brigitta Vieyra

The Winter Solstice occurs when Earth’s axis tilts away from the sun, making it the shortest day and longest night of the year for those living in the Northern Hemisphere.