Sunday services are at 10:30 am. Nursery care is available, as well as Religious Exploration (RE) for children and youth.
To hear past sermons, see our Sunday Sermon Library page.
September 3 – The People Who Brought You Weekends
It’s easy to take the eight-hour day and the forty-hour week for granted. Austin UU folksinger and writer Steve Brooks looks at the long history of American labor, the struggles that created many of our middle-class comforts, and its role in advancing UU principles like equity, justice and the democratic process. He invites us to join in that history, and to celebrate Labor Day, with a rousing series of sing-alongs about the labor movement and work in general.
Children and Youth stay in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.
September 10 – It’s In the Water
Join us for our annual Ingathering/Water Communion service. The message on this special day will focus on the ebb and flow of life, the way many streams come together to form a mighty river of justice, community and love. Be sure to bring a small sample of water from your travels over the past year.
Children and Youth meet in the park and stay with their families.
Rev. Nori will begin a special series focusing on our Seven Guiding Principles as seen through Disney movies. She begins by taking a look at our first Principle: The inherent worth and dignity of every human, and explores how Beauty and the Beast can help us see the beauty in us all.