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 26: Turn and Face the Strange”
    By: Jennifer Channin
    As we go through the ch-ch-ch-changes of our lives, there can be a sense of loss for the parts of ourselves that we had to leave behind in order to pursue new adventures. Here's what I've learned from my "icon of cool" about facing--and embracing--the strange at every age. As you might have figured out, the sermon references David Bowie.
    Worship leader: Iasu Gorfu

    April 2: “April Fools
    By: Karen Stoyanoff
    In the dictionary, a fool is defined as someone with poor judgment, who is easily duped, or who “clowns” around. We celebrate "April Fools” day which is a time when we try to trick one another into believing something ridiculous. But in religions there is a rich tradition of prophets and saints who were considered “fools”. What heritage might we take from them that would be worthy of our attention in the 21st century?
    Worship leader:
    Phoebe Amos

    April 9: Some Unique Features of The Urantia Book
    By: Mark Erickson
    The best kept secret about The Urantia Book is that only about a third of its contents deals with religion and/or spirituality. The other two thirds of the book is evenly divided between philosophy and science – a perfect mix, we think, for a relevant, post-modern revelation! This Palm Sunday Mark & Wayne & Ron would like to highlight some of these other less celebrated features of The Urantia Book and explain how they relate to the Lentin Season.


    Posted Mar 22, 2017, 9:17 PM 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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