Service Schedule

Sunday Worship Schedule

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

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Sunday, January 10, 10:15 a.m.  “An Imaginative Religion: The Creative Possibilities of Unitarian Universalism” – Join Rev. Amanda as she explores what it means to be part of a “creedless” tradition, one that leaves many of the answers about God, self, and the nature of the cosmos up to…us. What are the limits of our Unitarian Universalist creativity? And if it’s all about making up our own belief statements, do we even need community? (Spoiler alert: yes).

Sunday, January 17, 10:15 a.m.  “It’s the End of the World as We Know It” – This weekend, we honor the radical vision of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr; ground ourselves in our present reality, with all its hope and its horror; and prepare ourselves for a new incoming presidential administration. Like every moment of transition, it offers both an ending and a beginning. How do we move into this beginning with enough imagination? How do we reconcile that with the slow speed of change? Join Rev. Amanda as she invites us to reflect and commit together.

Sunday, January 24, 10:15 a.m.  “Poetry, Praise, and Pandemic” – Poetry can inspire us, challenge us, make us laugh, make us cry, comfort us, and connect us to others and the world. Join Laura Solomon, Intern Minister, and several UUCA members as they share their own poetry, and reflect on poetry as a tool for cultivating imagination, self-care, and spiritual practice.

Sunday, January 31, 10:15 “Reading Our Way to Anti-Racism (Really)” – Long-form articles in the Atlantic only go so far in our anti-oppression work and cross-cultural understanding…eventually we need to get out and build relationship. But where does fiction fit into that? Rev. Amanda will be joined by her colleague (and fellow avid fiction reader) Leika Lewis-Cornwell to reflect on how reading specifically fiction can help us expand our minds–and hearts–in unexpected ways. Yes, this sermon will posit that romance novels can be a core part of learning. Come find out how!