Posts from December 2016

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Hope Heals

by David Lum

Sunday, Jan 29 – 9:30am and 11:15am Hope Heals – Hope is a force of healing itself – but how can we use hope, when hope itself feels absent or seems like a dangerous and impossible dream? Rev. Anya shares the service and the fabulous four of John Kim, Kris Adams, Maggie Lum, and Molly more »

But What of the Priest and the Levite?

by David Lum

Sunday, Jan 22 – 9:30am and 11:15am But What of the Priest and the Levite? – Perhaps you’ve heard the parable of The Good Samaritan. It’s one of the best-known parables in scripture. Much attention is focused on the Samaritan, the one who models the behavior we are meant to follow. But what of the more »

Letter from a Different Kind of Jail

by David Lum

Sunday, Jan 15 – 9:30am and 11:15am Letter from a Different Kind of Jail – Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote a remarkable letter from the Birmingham Jail. Rev. Anya writes a letter from the metaphorical prisons entrapping her generation, enfeebling their efforts to change. The UUCS Rock band fills our sanctuary with songs more »

No Guilt, No Shame, No Excuses

by David Lum

Sunday, Jan 8 – 9:30am and 11:15am No Guilt, No Shame, No Excuses – Rev. Anya shares her new mantra for the new year, and invites us to give up these three poisons. Mary Matheny provides spiritual tunes and John Kim leads us in congregational singing.

Stirring the Ashes

by David Lum

Sunday, Jan 1 – 10:30am only Stirring the Ashes – At the beginning of a new year, we sometimes find that our energies have run low. How do we rekindle the flame in our hearts and renew our spirits? Intern Minister John Monroe invites us to take part in the annual intergenerational Fire Communion service, more »