We will be closing out our month long theme of “Welcome” with a celebration of our membership. The Onionaires will be with us delivering a reflective anthem entitled “Coming Home” by Jay Althouse.
We welcome Soraya Deen to our pulpit. A founder of the Muslim Women Speakers Movement, Dean will be speak on the power of women in changing the culture of Islam, and how we as Unitarian Universalists can welcome progressive muslims into our spiritual home.
This will be Pastor AJ’s first official service as our new minister. In reflection of Universalist minister John Murray’s first sermon in America on September 30, 1770, we will be celebrating his message of welcome to all people. The Onionaires choir will share with us a unique and beautiful rendition of “Blue Boat Home.”
“Pay them a fair wage and. . . they won’t be poor. And neither will their kids.” This is a way to sow the seeds of worth and dignity; this is the way of justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.
Celebrating our last Sunday Service together holds both the heavy sadness of goodbye and also the optimism of knowing good things are in store. Come be with Pastor Maggie as we honor the ways we have all been changed by the time we have had together. We have all been changed for good!
True Thomas the Storyteller returns with another of his wonderful stories, demonstrating how Myths, Legends, and Fairytales – which evolved from ancient Religions, Healing Lore, and stories of Faith and Inspiration – play important roles in helping us to maintain happy and healthy emotional and spiritual lives.
The Buddha teaches that “the only constant in life is change…” Come be a part of this service when we will explore and embrace change in a way that brings hope and vision that will last and last. Pastor Maggie Yenoki and our new SUUS Minister AJ Blackwood have a few things up their sleeves … Continued
Hiroshima and The Legacy of the US Atomic Bomb. Rev. Don Beaudreault. The memory of 135,000 people killed in the city of Hiroshima on 6 August 1945 must never fade.
“We believe the epidemic of gun violence in our country is unacceptable” is a key principle of the Gun Violence Prevention Promise Group a UU group from Studio City. Find out how this began and what it hopes to accomplish on this vital topic.
Withdrawing into comfortable circles of familiar relationships is a safe response in difficult and divisive times of change. Let’s dig deep and discover new ways to be brave, face fear, and decide together to choose the rich, diverse life that comes when we Draw the Circle WIDE!