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
    August 19: "Urantia Update!"
    Speakers: Mark Erickson, Ron Greenfield, Wayne Pettit
    The Urantia Book claims itself to be the planet's 5th Epochal Revelation..Mark has been a serious reader and student of the book for 11 years.  Ron & Wayne have been reading and studying it regularly for 3 years.  The book has had a remarkable and wonderful influence on us and on our relationship.  We hope to showcase things about the book and relate them to things about the Unitarian Universalist religion. And we plan to offer a few personal comments about the 'state of our union'.

    August 26: "Meritocracy, Equality, and How We Become Prejudiced"
    Speaker:
    Karen Stoyanoff
    Most of us here were raised in a meritocracy although most of us believe our society should be based on some form of equality, but these two are often mutually exclusive. Looking at how we can understand this situation is a great lead in to how people end up with prejudice.
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    September 2: "Humanism and the Evolution of Moral Values"
    Speaker: Peter Anderson
    Peter will present the basic ideas of Humanism and discuss cultural evolution and the evolution of moral values from the selfish gene to reciprocal altruism and the Golden Rule. He serves as President of the Humanist Association of Orange County.
    Worship leader: Gary Sjogren
     


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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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