The late 1960’s, when Dr. Martin Luther King was at his most influential, was a turbulent, polarized period in the U.S., and the 2020’s are likely to be even more so. In this service, we’ll consider how Dr. King’s prophetic words and deeds can continue … read more.
Speaker: Benjie Messer
5:30 pm Family Service and non-traditional Nativity Play
Service Leaders: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall, Anthony Johnson, Children’s Ministry Team
6:30-7:30 pm Cookies and Cider Fellowship Hour – please bring cookies to share
7:30 pm Lessons and Carols
Service Leaders: Rev. Margret A. O’Neall, Anthony … read more.
UUCP’s congregation choir, in collaboration with Valley UU’s choir and a chamber orchestra, presents Street Requiem, a ten-movement contemporary choral work dedicated to those who have died on the street. A musical exploration of homelessness and violence, it is challenging, reverent and ultimately optimistic.
On the last morning of 2017, join us in singing goodbye to the old year and a hello to the new! Our celebration will include songs that celebrate New Years and Hogmanay, music about beginning anew, and favorites of our congregation.
With widening income inequality and austerity measures around the globe, let us celebrate Labor Day by singing the labor music in our UU hymnals! In these beautiful songs of working people, we give thanks for the benefits of labor, grieve the harm it does, and … read more.
This weekend, UU’s will gather in New Orleans for General Assembly, the annual meeting of the faith. We will put our attention on them from Phoenix by watching video of the sermon given there just hours before, sharing the results of the previous night’s UUA … read more.
Our music program presents a morning of confident, contemporary justice music that will strengthen our resolve to make the world right and ground us in love.
Join Benjie and Emrys for a Christmas morning singing and story service incorporating music from different traditions and cultures. Service will be followed by a brunch potluck at 11:30 – bring something to share!
How can we become more radically inclusive? This fall, UUCP invites us all to share and understand our own personal histories through a series of “affinity groups,” which is an important step in accepting each other. Benjie will personally invite us to join in this … read more.
Elizabeth Alexander is one of Unitarian Universalism’s most performed and well-known contemporary composers. After meeting and rehearsing with Ms. Alexander in January, we present a service of her music which illustrates many aspects of our faith.