Sunday Services

Join us for Sunday Services!

Sunday Worship  Time: 10:30am-11:30am MT

To join us via Zoom – https://uuma.zoom.us/j/140177476
Meeting ID: 140 177 476

Our worship is multi-platform: both in person and on zoom every week. We are alternating weeks optimized for the zoom audience then optimized for in-person attendance. The in-person services are also broadcast in the Zoom meeting. For the Zoom-only weeks the church will be open for those who would like to watch the service in the company of other UU’s. Our people are friendly, our dress “non-code” is relaxed, visitors frequent and always welcome! Coffee and refreshments are served after the service. We would love to see YOU!

 


August 14: Reading the Times: Christian Nationalism —Rev. Roger Butts

Our shared ministry does not happen in a vacuum. We are not a separate and distinct entity on our corner of Dale and Tejon. It is not some kind of protected bubble, free from the beauty and the sorrow of the larger world. Who would want such a thing? Rather, we are part of a culture, part of a society, part of larger forces—social, political, artistic, creative, educational. Join us for a powerful service.


NOTE: This is an in-person service, but those who wish to watch on Zoom can do so by clicking here Zoom.


Religious Exploration: RE is held in-person for children each week. We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship, and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate, fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside, and our children usually dress very informally. Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.


August 21: Transition —Beth Elliot

Let’s talk interim year, our goals and our grounding and our covenant together.

NOTE: This is an in-person service, but those who wish to watch it on Zoom can do so by clicking here Zoom.


Religious Exploration: RE is held in-person for children each week. We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship, and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate, fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside, and our children usually dress very informally. Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.


August 28: The Spirituality of Summer —Rev. Roger Butts

What does Summer represent and how can it help us navigate the different seasons of our life, individually and as a congregation?

NOTE: This is an in-person service, but those who wish to watch on Zoom can do so by clicking here Zoom.


Religious Exploration: RE is held in-person for children each week. We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship, and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate, fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside, and our children usually dress very informally. Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.

September 4: The Wisdom of Howard Thurman —Rev. Roger Butts

Look to the growing edge, Howard Thurman would always say. Thurman was the pastor to the civil rights movement. His work endures and is so helpful to the life of the spirit.

NOTE: This service will be produced on Zoom but those who wish are welcome to come to church and view the zoom service in good company.

Religious Exploration: RE is held in-person for children each week. We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship, and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate, fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside, and our children usually dress very informally. Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.


September 11: Flow: Ingathering/Water Ceremony —Beth Elliot

Annual Ingathering service with Water Ceremony.  Bring a small amount of water from somewhere you have visited.

NOTE: This is an in-person service, but those who wish to watch on Zoom can do so by clicking here Zoom.


Religious Exploration: RE is held in-person for children each week. We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship, and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate, fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside, and our children usually dress very informally. Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.

How to Submit Joys and Concerns before Sunday

The sharing of Joys and Sorrows (which includes concerns) is now part of our online worship services. If you have a joy and/or sorrow to express, but you can’t join the service, you can submit it before Sunday, and we’ll include it in the service. To do that, email the church office with the subject: “Joys and Sorrows”.

Sunday Sermon Archive

To hear or read some of our past Classics, visit our Sermon Archive.