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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What Veterans Day Means to Me

Led by: Jon Palumbo
Worship Associate: Yosana Palumbo

We will give you a perspective on Veterans Day from someone who has served in the Army for the last 21 years and a family member of someone who serves.

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Praying For Peace: Hurt and Harm in Palestine and Israel

Led by: Rev Christine Dance
Worship Associate: John LaBarbera

The news from the Middle East is devastating and many Unitarian Universalists are torn on how to react, except with horror and despair. With the context of her trip to the Holy Land last year, Rev. Christine will share some thoughts as we share our grief. We will also welcome our new members during this service.

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Remembering Our Ancestors

Led by: Rev Christine Dance
Worship Associate: Jon Palumbo

In many different traditions, this is the season of remembering those who have died. Bring photos and names of your ancestors and beloveds for us to remember them and recognize why the remembering is important.

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Pride Parade – 2023

Led by: Benjie Messer and our LGBTQ Elders
Worship Associate: Gary Ezzell

On Phoenix's Pride weekend, we will have two ways for you to celebrate. Come march with us in the Pride parade downtown (and make it on the big screen) or hear from some of our elders about why they are proud. Either way, you'll be moved and proud to be a part of UUCP.

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Anchoring Ourselves in Love

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

Brace yourselves! This is an election year and we will be barraged by anxiety around our political system. Breaking news tries to do just that: break us. How do we ground ourselves in liberating love for the upheaval that is a regular part of our lives, and will be amplified even more this year.

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How Not to Pass Along Faith Trauma: We All Deserve Inclusive Worship

Led by: Reverend Christine
Worship Associate: John LaBarbera
Music: Band

What were you taught about your role in faith as a child? What messages do you get about your belonging as an elder? What are the implicit and explicit messages about who is welcome in a space and who isn't. In living out our mission to be radically inclusive, we'll be discussing the struggles, opportunities and gifts of having a multi-generational, multi-faith worship community.