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
    January 26: "Transforming the Badlands"
    Speaker: Rev. Karen Stoyanoff
    Often we color our world by making judgments about ideas or places, or even people before we have really encountered them. When we do that we limit our experiences and, even worse, make mistakes - wrong judgments. And generally we do this, create the problem, outside of our awareness. We don't realize we're doing itl. Today's service will invite us to look at how we maintain this problem in our lives and what it might mean to change our habits and open ourselves to the world we live in. Our retired former minister was recently approved to become our Minister Emerita.
    Worship Associate: David Chittenden
    Board Member in Charge: Gerri McNenny
    Projection: Mary Chittenden

    January 26: Congregational Planning Meeting
    Our meeting will take place after lunch, starting at around 12:45 and going until 2. The meeting will be very workshop oriented, designed to give everyone the opportunity to brainstorm to help us all envision the kind of future we want for our congregation. I and all the other Board members look forward to seeing you there.
    Warm regards, Gerri McNenny, President, UUCA

    February 2: Topic to be announced
    Speaker: Rev. James Ishmael Ford
    Worship Associate: Stephen Lopez
    Projection: Katie Bodnar

    February  9: Economic Justice Program
    Speaker: To be announced
    Worship Associate: Linda Lehnkering
    Board Member in Charge:
    Projection:




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Reverend James Ford
Reverend James Ford 

Reverend Ford has walked the spiritual path for more than fifty years. He's danced with Sufis, studied with Gnostics, lived in a Buddhist monastery and was ordained a Zen priest. Later he also ordained as a Unitarian Universalist minister and preached from the high pulpits in old New England churches. James has reflected on and written books about spirituality and at the same time has worked in the trenches for social justice.

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