Services

I Want to Taste All the Notes

Just as in viniculture and musical culture, our own personal ‘Terroir’ nurtures and informs us, providing our lives with tastes of joy, sorrow and wonder with every sip.

Note: Religious Exploration is available during the service for children K-5th grade. Babysitting is available, and babies and … read more.

Labels – Uniting or Dividing?

We use labels to make sense of the world. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? This summer, our speakers will explore many of the labels we use, both for ourselves and others, and their impact on how we see and treat the … read more.

The Sum of Our Parts

After five years as UUCL’s Treasurer, Marco shares parting thoughts and the things he has learned along the way. More than just numbers, facts, and figures, how can we work together to truly be greater than the sum of our parts?

From “Bio” to “Theo”

In Gardens of Democracy, authors Lui and Hanauer argue that Western institutions are based on a fundamental misunderstanding of Darwin’s “survival of the fittest” theory of evolution. In observing nature, we see that the most vibrant ecosystems have the most biodiversity and cooperation. How might religious … read more.

Blessing of the New Pulpit and Piano

Reminder: We are now on our summer schedule with one worship service at 10:00 am.  Members, please stay for the Annual Congregational meeting and potluck at 11:15, immediately following the service.

Note: Religious Exploration is available during the service for children K-5th grade. Babysitting is available, and … read more.

Curiosity as a Virtue

NOTE: This Sunday we begin our summer schedule that offers a single service at 10:00 a.m. Religious Exploration is available during the service, and children are always welcome in the sanctuary as well.

The Inner (and Outer) Critic

How defensiveness gets in the way of mission and creativity.

Note: Religious Exploration is offered only during the first service. Babies and toddlers are always welcome in our Sanctuary during services.

Love and the Wayward Sheep

Guest Unitarian Universalist minister and award-winning author Kate Braestrup considers the question of whether and how we love the unlovable.

Note: Religious Exploration is offered only during the first service. Babies and toddlers are always welcome in our Sanctuary during services.

Prayer Cloths

It has been said that we are co-creators with God. Theism aside, what does that look like? And what does it mean to be a creative people?

Note: Religious Exploration is offered only during the first service. Babies and toddlers are always welcome in our Sanctuary … read more.

Pushing the River

Can we make things happen? Or do we let things unfold? Where is the balance in emergence, emergency and urgency?

Note: Religious Exploration is only available during the 9:30 service. Children are welcome in the sanctuary during both services.