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
    March 1, 2015: "Are You Lonesome Tonight?"
    by Rev. Karen Stoyanoff
    The haunting question asked in a song written and performed by Elvis Presley is one that haunts many of us. Loneliness plagues the hearts of those who feel they are without support as they go through life. How do we deal with our loneliness and find ways to make the connections that will help us get through the day and the long night? 
    Service Leader: Bob Cerince

    March 8, 2015: "Religious Humanism"
    by Rev. Karen Stoyanoff
    Many Unitarian Universalists call themselves “religious humanists” meaning that they find meaning in humanity and human history rather than in traditional theological concepts. They have a strong moral code and are often open to the possibilities of awe and wonder. Join us this Sunday as Karen explores what it means to call oneself a Religious Humanist.
    Service Leader: Dave Chittenden 

    March 15, 2015: "What Does it Mean to be 'Married'?"
    by Johnnie Bloom
    On June 26, 2013 the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that Proposition 8 was ultimately unconstitutional and refused to hear further argument on it. This ruling caused a chain reaction that swept slowly across the country.  What does this mean for the LGBTQ community as a whole? Why is marriage acknowledgement so important to all citizens?  What does it mean to "Stand on the Side of Love?"
    Service Leader: Quin Boyce


    Posted Feb 23, 2015, 9:21 AM by Anaheim UU Church
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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
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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