You are warmly invited to join us each week for Sunday morning services beginning at 11AM. Childcare is provided along with religious education for children and youth ages 0-18. Hope to see you there!


July 7th  at 11AM
Will You Let Me Change?
Stevie K. Carmody

Judgments can constrain us. Assumptions may flatten our humanity. What spiritual resources do we need to nurture to approach our relationships and communities with an eye to potential, transformation, and repair? Join Stevie K. Carmody in worship. Stevie recently completed his intern ministry at First UU Church of San Diego, entered into Ministerial Fellowship, and moved to Queens!

July 14th at 11AM
Beloved Community: What is it, Anyway?
Rev. Shari Halliday-Quan

Beloved Community is a phrase we use in Unitarian Universalist circles and other justice-seeking, people-loving gatherings to describe the change we wish to see in the world, but what does Beloved Community mean? What are we fighting for? What are we loving into being? And how do we start living it today?


July 21st at 11AM

To Play The Game
Rev. Beth Putnam

Watching the celebration of the Women’s World Cup Championship team was a source of great joy. Rev. Beth Putnam will explore how the chance to be in the game has changed, not by accident but by the choice to make equal opportunity a goal. Many people are prevented from becoming their fullest selves by a lack of opportunity, what can the history of women’s sports teach us about how we can let everyone play on the same field?

July 28th at 11AM
Building Bridges or Walls?
Rev. Jill Bowden

What are the many ways in our lives in which we block communication with others? How can we use our words to build bridges instead of walls while remaining true to ourselves and maintaining our own integrity in the face of opposition and conflict? When does ‘yes’ mean ‘I hear you’ and when is ‘no’ abandonment? Let’s talk about how we can use the power of language to further our relationships and extend dialogue with each other even when we have differing points of view.

 

 

 

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