Sundays 11:00 a.m. to approximately 12:15 p.m.

Join us for our worship service every Sunday morning at 
11:00 a.m. We offer childcare and religious education for children and youth during the worship service.

Don't miss Food and Fellowship every week after the service!


  • Worship Schedule
    November 19: “Social Justice and the Living Unitarian Universalist Tradition”
    Speaker: Rayna Hamre
    Our Minister, Rev. Karen Stoyanoff, had a bad fall at an airport a couple of weeks ago. She is recovering but needs a bit more time before she will be back with us. All of us wish her well. Rayna has agreed to give the sermon this week.
    Worship leader: David Chittenden

    We will "Share the Plate" with Mazon: a Jewish Response to Hunger. Mazon promotes access to more nutritious food in food banks and the emergency food network; supports advocacy and public policy efforts to protect and strengthen the government food and nutrition programs; and provides funding to a range of anti-hunger organizations including food banks, legal-service organizations, statewide coalitions and advocacy groups.

    November 26: "Give Them Not Hell, but Hope and Courage"
    Speaker: Karen Stoyanoff
    John Murray was one of the founders of Universalists in the new United States. He preached universal salvation and all that it implied. Today’s sermon will consider how relevant his theology is for us today.
    Worship leader: Gary Sjogren

    December  3: "Weaving the Web"
    Speaker: Karen Stoyanoff
    We are consumers. Even those of us who think we live frugally are consumers nevertheless! This season of celebration, gift giving, and ramped up social life invites us to throw caution to the winds and consumer more than normal. So what better time could there be for a sermon on the UU theology of responsible consumption!
    Worship leader: Bob Cerince


    Posted Nov 18, 2017, 10:11 AM by G Shogie
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Reverend Karen S. Stoyanoff, Ph.D 

Rev. Stoyanoff has served as minister of the Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church in Costa Mesa. She was an interim minister at Third Unitarian Church in Chicago, Illinois, and did community ministry in the greater Chicago area. Her community ministry focused on interfaith work, public advocacy for children at risk, and dealing with the problems of homelessness. Karen received her Masters of Divinity degree from Meadville Lombard Theology School in 1996, at which time she was awarded the prize for excellence in preaching. 

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