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Upcoming Services

Sunday, Feb 14 – 9:30am and 11:15am
Conscious Evolution – UUCS joins faith communities around the nation in observing “Evolution Sunday.” People sometimes decry Darwin’s theory of evolution as robbing our lives of meaning and purpose. But what if we see it as invitation to create meaning and find purpose? Intern Minister John Monroe reflects on the possiblity of conscious evolution. With music by John Kim and the choir.

Sunday, Feb 21 – 9:30am and 11:15am
Not Knowing – While walking around and around a glade of trees, Piglet and Pooh, in one of the most beloved ‘children’s’ stories, believe they are being chased by a Heffalump. Sometimes, what we don’t know haunts us more than what we do know. Rev. Anya leads our service and special music by our congregation’s gifted voices call us to hope and understanding.

Sunday, Feb 28 – 9:30am and 11:15am
Generosity and Treasure – Some have noted that it is difficult having deep conversations about money. Sometimes this means we are not able to have frank discussions about either our resources or how to accomplish what we dream of for our congregation. Join Rev Scott for a reflection on stewardship – to recall, as Lynne Twist shares, “The Natural State of the Universe is abundance.” The jUUStUUS Band provides rollicking good music throughout!

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Upcoming Events

“Centering” a Mid-Year Retreat

February 27, 2016
9:15 am - 12:00 noon

Please note change of venue!!!! The deep winter months are a time for centering – for deepening our understanding of ourselves and offering ourselves compassion.  Sarah Keely, Unitarian Universalist and Licensed Professional Counselor, leads our Mid-Year Retreat. Sarah uses the Enneagram, a system for mapping personality types.  The Enneagram provides participants with a framework for more »

Post-Saint Paddy’s Day Party with the Dirty Pints

March 25, 2016
Doors at 6:30

Come relax, lift a pint, and listen your to favorite pub songs and tunes performed by the Dirty Pints, NOVA’s Irish Traditional Music specialists, featuring UUCS’ own Teagan Kutz on fiddle.  Tickets are $20 per person, and will fund Andrew Mertz’s ordination. Buy tickets online! Enter a ticket quantity in the box below, then press more »