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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Reproductive Justice Sunday

Led by: Sky Williams-Tao
Worship Associate: Gary Ezzell
Music: Virtuoso Accordionist Tony Putrino

Roe v. Wade was decided on January 22, 1973. Now, in 2022, the 49th anniversary of the case is a reminder of the importance of choice. What are Unitarian Universalist religious resources and callings on the topic of reproductive justice?

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Here We Are

Led by: Katie Resendiz & Rev. Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Owen Lifshitz
Music: Caribbean Steelpan with Wes Hawkins

What we believe is important. Join the Children's Ministry Team as we explore The Hows and The Whys of growing up a UU kid.

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We Call Forth From Among You: The Sacred Trust of Ordination

Led by: Rev. Christine Dance with Sky Williams-Tao
Worship Associate: Sarah Montgomery
Music: UUCP Members

On the Sunday of our Congregational Meeting and the vote to ordain Sky Williams-Tao, who grew up in this congregation, we will talk about the sacred act of ordination, why it matters, where it comes from and why we should feel so proud about it. Plus, we joyfully get to welcome new members into our community!

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Those Closest to the Problem Are Closest to the Solution

Led by: Janine Gelsinger
Worship Associate: Gary Ezzell
Music: Soul and gospel with Camille Sledge

Following the Leadership of Directly Impacted Partners - It's been a long tradition at UUCP to take our justice leadership from directly-impacted partners: from marching in Selma, to organizing against SB1070, and that continues into our anti-racism work today. Join us as we welcome back Janine Gelsinger, the Executive Director of UUJAZ (Unitarian Universalist Justice Arizona), in conversation with some of the frontline leaders of our partner organizations. Hear their stories, as we discuss what it means to do justice work together, and where we might go next.

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Joy in the Face of Racism

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

For this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we will discuss the role of joy and creativity in resistance. Working against oppression doesn't always have to be serious! We'll give examples and explore the power of alternative thinking so that our "work" feels fun!

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White Supremacy Culture: Worship of the Written Word

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

In our series to learn how to live into our new 8th Principle, we'll consider how White Supremacy Culture prioritizes the written word over other forms of communication and how opening ourselves to other forms can open ourselves to new ways of thinking.