Service Schedule

Sunday Worship Schedule

Until further notice, our worship service is online only due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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November 1, 2020 – 10:15 a.m. “Taking a Healing Breath” – As we begin our monthlong exploration of Healing, we turn inward: how do we support our own capacity to self-soothe, to stay calm, to heal? Join Rev. Amanda, Laura, and Jonathan Foust for reflections during this week of increasing national anxiety. Beautiful music and invitations to breathe deeply will ground us in our roles as self- and co-healers. 

November 8, 2020 – 10:15 a.m.  “Healing Takes Its Own Time” – Join Rev. Amanda and the UUCA ministry team as we gather in community to explore what comes next–for us, for our country, for all who have been on the margins in our world. No matter what takes place over the course of this week, we know one thing: we need each other.

November 15, 2020 – 10:15 a.m. “Staying at the Table of Moving Forward” – Sermon by Rev. Walter Clark. The presidential election showed us one thing for certain on election night, that the country is still closely divided on what is best for our nation to survive. Issues like racial equality, economic justice, police reform, and education are deeply polarizing and are often rooted in moral values. When we differ on these opinions do we stay in conversation with people whose opinions are an anathema to our beliefs or do we use our energy to support those ones the margins that are being affected by systemic inequality?

November 22, 2020 “Healing Our Families” – It’s almost the holidays! Even if we can’t be physically with our families this season, many of us will still be navigating the emotional work of our family systems. Join Rev. Amanda for a playful-and-practical look at families, drawing on the work of psychologist Murray Bowen and Princess Elsa from Frozen (no, really). This family-friendly service will also feature our annual bread communion . . . so be sure to have the bread-of-your-choice on hand.

November 29, 2020 – 10:15 a.m. “Healing Our Bodies” – Our bodies and our identities are interrelated in complex and beautiful ways. Join Laura Solomon, intern minister, for a conversation about the importance of living our multifaceted identities out loud – for ourselves, and for those around us.