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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Pluralism: Our UU Values In Action

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Jon Palumbo
Music: Band

In the second in our series around our new UU Values, we will explore Pluralism. In a congregation where our Mission is to be theologically diverse and in a month when so many faith traditions have big celebrations, we will explore what it means to truly be diverse and how that calls us to be in the world.

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When Hope Is Hard To Find (Blue Holiday Service)

Led by: Brigitta Vieyra

This contemplative evening will compassionately hold the more challenging parts of the holiday season in an intimate setting. Whether it's an annual drop in your mood, or a specific tender loss this particular year, we will find some comfort in community by being together.

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Cultivating Enough

Led by: Rev. Patrice Curtis
Worship Associate: John LaBarbera
Music: Open Strings

A dash of Dr. Suess reminds us to enjoy the season and remember what's important.

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Where Did I Get This Resilience From?

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

As we go through difficult times and head into a busy season, let's remember that our ancestors (however we define them) have drawn from deep wells, and that we can tap into that resilience.

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Becoming the UUs Weave Always Been

Led by: UUCP Coming of Age Class
Worship Associate: COA
Music: Band: Holy Now

Help weave the vibrant tapestry of UU Identity. Join coming of age youth participants in sharing personal narratives, stories, and traditions. Together we'll discover surprising familiarity within UU history and our congregational culture.

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Love is at the Center

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Gary Ezzell
Music: The Seal Lullaby

In the first of our series around our new UU Values, we will explore the one that is in the center: LOVE. Why is it in the center, what does that mean for us, and how is that a critical part of deepening our beliefs as UUs.