December 22, 11:15am ONLY, Rev. Beth Banks; Juuliebells perform. Celebrate the many forms of family: families with children and those who have no children; families with adopted and foster children; those who create family by choosing among friends; same-sex couples . . . the list … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks
Rev. Beth Banks; Sarah Larkin, Worship Associate. Awe is edgier than wonder or amazement; awe balances on the knife’s edge of surprise and fear. In Hebrew and Christian Scripture, awe happens when the normal world is shaken from its foundation. It’s when a pathway in … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks, Worship Leader; Sarah Larkin, Worship Associate; Guest speaker/musician, René Jenkins
René fills our sanctuary with the vibrations of ancient instruments.
Rev. Beth Banks & Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leaders; Emily Burstein, Worship Associate.
UUCD thanksgiving festival, fashioned after Flower Communion: Bring something to create a bountiful cornucopia. Our altar has had bunches of fresh herbs, squash, melons, root vegetables, homemade bread, and so much more. … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks, Worship Leader; Sarah Larkin, Worship Associate.
Attention can help us transform failure into a new beginning or frustration into healing laughter. Be ready to engage for justice or love. There may be surprises for you.
Rev. Beth Banks & Patty Schade. Transition from day to evening and weekend to week. Invite friends to slow down and witness beauty. Small Group Ministry groups can use the service as a special evening together. Participate or let the music flow around you. Candlelight, … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks, Worship Leader; Cliff Ohmart, Worship Associate; Mariachi Puente, led by Hiram and Ximena Jackson.
Please bring photos, mementos that recognize the unique character––including interests, little quirks, and gifts––to honor those we love who have died. Children and youth remain 30 minutes to … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks, Worship Leaders, Jaki Leiva Conklin, Worship Associate.
Columbus Day continues as a Federal holiday, though Columbus never set foot on this continent. We mark the day by learning about the People of Color who knew this place as home and are often … read more.
This brief worship prepares us for the transition from day to evening, weekend into week. Invite friends to slow down and witness beauty. Small Group Ministry groups can use this as a special evening together. Participate or let the music flow around you. Candlelight, repetitive … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks, Worship Leader; Steve Burns, Worship Associate
Jewish Days of Awe: Three congregation members share when they had a sense of belonging to a group or something larger than humanity.