Sunday Services Archive

March 4th: Articulating Our Faith

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja
“You are a what?”

What do we say after we declare that we are Unitarian Universalists? How do we explain a creedless religion of diverse theologies that makes no claim to specific sacred texts? Come and join us for an interactive service in which we will explore coffee chats and elevator speeches.

March 11th: Immigration: Then and Now

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja

This intergenerational service caps a weekend of learning about immigration justice. How is today’s immigration different from yesterday’s? What can we do to ensure that today’s immigrants are treated with justice and compassion?

March 18th: The Human Right to Water

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja              
Today we will observe Justice Sunday a week ahead of most of our other congregations. The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee calls on us to reflect on issues affecting safe, affordable, accessible water for daily human needs. Let us learn how together we can help make the human right to water a reality. This special worship service reminds us that Justice Sunday calls us to reflect, understand, and act — today and every day.