Sunday Service Announcements

February 14:  “Bold Faith and Brazen Love” ~ Rev. Antonia Won, Minister

Unitarian Universalists used to define themselves by what they were not: not creedal, not Christian, etc. Today’s UUs strive to practice radical love. How’s that going? And what is it?


February 7:  “Getting an ‘F’ in Faith” ~ Rev. Antonia Won, Minister

February's theme is “faith.” Some wrinkle their noses at the idea of faith or choose to pretend it doesn’t exist. Is there danger in this? What does faith mean, and how powerful is it?


January 24:  “Creative Good” ~ Rev. Jon Luopa, Guest Speaker

In light of our monthly worship theme, “What does it mean to be a people of integrity?” Rev. Jon will take a look at trying to balance the twin demands of being right and being good.

January 31:  “Creative Collisions” ~ Rev. Antonia Won, Minister

Religion is going through an upheaval, and society today is in chaos. Whether this is good or bad depends on the angle we see this from, and our guiding values for life. Is this a time of rich, creative opportunity or of chaos and breakdown? Do we try to control our destiny, give up and hope for the best? Or do we deploy our sacred curiosity and belief in Creation to discover new possibilities? Let’s set the stage for the afternoon’s adventure in our third mission renewal session.


January 10:  “Finding Our North Star” ~ Rev. Antonia Won, Minister

In Hamlet, Polonius advises his son Laertes, "And this above all else, to thine own self be true; and then it follows, as night the day, thou canst not be false to any man." The idea of being true is embedded in our seven principles and being true to oneself is the greatest of spiritual struggles, to wit the experience of LGBTQ people. Living in community requires compromise and what’s true can change with time. What does it mean for you in the year 2016?

For Religious Exploration this Sunday the K-2 class will explore Buddhist animal stories; the two other classes (grades 3-5 and 6-8) will receive a visit from the Hogwarts Sorting Hat and sort into what wizarding houses they most identify with. This will be the start of a new social justice curriculum based on the Harry Potter book series.

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