The community at UUCP is central to many of our faith paths, and our campus itself is a sacred place to many. For some, it is a place to disconnect from our weekday lives, but for the staff of UUCP, professional lives, personal beliefs, and … read more.
Speaker: Katie Resendiz
In 1903, child textile workers marched from Philadelphia to New York City to demand fair labor standards. Desegregation, nuclear disarmament, voting rights, and the Dream Act- all moments when youth and children forced change in our country. Join UUCP’s high school group (YRUU) to look … read more.
Join the children of our community and the children’s ministry team to explore how Superheroes fit into our principles and values. Does Batman always defer to inherent worth and dignity? Are villains just pursing their independent search for truth and meaning? We’ll tackle some really … read more.
Sharing the abundance in our lives, we celebrate the gifts of community in the annual multigenerational bread ceremony. All are invited to bring a bread — grain-based, gluten-free or paleo – tortillas, challah, muffins, idlis, injera, naan, fry bread – from your family tradition to … read more.
Through storytelling, song, and obituary this service will grieve the women we have disappeared. As a community learning intersectionality, we find that naming and examining all of our aspects is hard, heartbreaking work. We look to our foremothers to remind us that it is the … read more.
This year our 7th and 8th graders have joined on an amazing adventure. Coming of Age has been a chance for our middle schoolers to deepen their spiritual growth. The class has learned what others believe, analyzed UU values, served others, and all along, reflected … read more.
This year, our Elementary students are on a storyteller’s journey. They’ve learned to listen and tell their UU values through movement, craft, and tales. For Valentine’s Day, we’ll share our story with you. Join us for a multi-gen celebration of love in all of its … read more.
This special Thursday evening all-ages service honors the pets in our lives and our families. Pets are welcome, on leashes or in terrariums or carriers. Photographs of pets are also welcome, including those unable to attend and those we hold in memory.
This all-ages service celebrates community. It’s also our annual ingathering, a kick-off to the year. Everyone is invited to bring water from a place that holds significance for you, maybe from a vacation spot this summer, your own home, or even tears of joy or … read more.
Words are powerful. The RE program at UUCP has spent the year delving into the meaning of the words our community holds dear. Join the children of our congregation as we travel back through this year’s themes. Freedom, Gratitude, Peace, Tradition, Service, Love, Truth, Hope, … read more.