Sunday Services Archive

April 1st: Justice and Compassion — a Delicate Balance

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja

As Unitarian Universalists, we are called to respond with compassion and stand for justice.  Yet when a travesty occurs, we are caught in a tense pull between these.  How can we honor Trayvon Martin’s memory?  How can we hold accountable the person who slayed him from a compassionate place?

April 8th: Awakening to Who We Are

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja

The Easter stories are about resurrection and re-awakening. How do these relate to us as spiritual beings? What meaning can Unitarian Universalists draw from them?

April 15th: We Remember

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja
With Yom Hashoah only days away, we reflect on the Holocaust, the losses, and those who have tried to raise conscience.

April 22nd: A Matter of Faith

– Rev. Wendy Pantoja        
According to one religious ecologist, we are living in the sixth period of extinction,  the first to be caused by humans.  Join us in this multigenerational service as we celebrate the earth and explore ways in which we, as a religious people, can become its voice.