WORSHIP



SERVICE TIMES

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

  • Worship Schedule
    Sunday, July 13th: "Be The Message You Want to Send"
    by Joan DeArtemis (graduate of Claremont School of Theology and a candidate for UU Ministry)
    Have you ever told someone that you go to church on Sunday and had them completely misunderstand what that means for you? Have you ever told someone that you are a Unitarian Universalist and had them stare at you blankly, and then say something that makes absolutely no sense? This is both the blessing and the curse of being a Unitarian Universalist… not a lot of people know what, exactly, that means! This Sunday we will explore some of the ways that we tell people who we are without falling into some of the pitfalls that people often fall into when telling others about their religious tradition. And, maybe we’ll have a few laughs along the way.
    Service Leader: Iasu Gorfu

    Sunday, July 20th: "Be Ours a Religion. . ."
    by Rev. Karen Stoyanoff
    Each week we sing Theodore Parker’s prayer as part of our service. We will look at the meaning behind those words and explore an amazing parallel from the Brahma Samoj.
    Service Leader: Quin Hooper

    Sunday, July 27th: "What if You Couldn’t Think of Anything to Talk About?"
    by Rev. Karen Stoyanoff
    The sermon title asks a question that was posed to Karen when she first started her ministry. The answer she found comes out of Henry Nelson Weiman’s concept of the Creative Event. Come find out how that answer provides excitement and motivation in all our lives
    Service Leader: Gary Sjogren

    Sunday, August 3rd: "The Five Jagged Stones of Liberal Religion"
    by Rev. Karen Stoyanoff
    Twentieth century Unitarian theologian, James Luther Adams, defined the “Five Smooth Stones of Liberal Religion.” More recently, the Reverend Nancy Bowen, 21st Century Unitarian Universalist theologian has countered with the “five jagged stones” which will form the basis for this Sunday’s sermon.
    Service Leader: Bob Cerince
    Posted by Unitarian Universalist Church in Anaheim
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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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Children's Religious Education

Time: Sunday 11:00 am
Contact:
Riley Meyer
Details: The children meet in a separate, securely-locked building adjacent to our main building. There is childcare for young children, and classes for school-age children.
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