Upcoming Worship Services

Creative Connections

July 1, 2018 - ONE SERVICE @ 10:30 AM

Kat Moseng: Inevitable Change

There is predictable change, events that happen for a reason and can be reflected upon and reinvented for a later time. And then there is another kind of change … change that happens regardless of choice. Change that, with the passage of time, will happen whether you want it to or not. William Pollard said, “Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable.” There are several changes that will happen in every human being’s life, man or woman, red or olive skinned, Jewish or Pagan … some things just happen to everyone … inevitably.

July 8, 2018 - ONE SERVICE @ 10:30 AM

Andrew Hager: Putting Things Together: A Storytelling Service

The much beloved Storytelling Service returns! TUUC members and friends share personal stories of connection. No notes, just a storyteller and a microphone, connecting with you.

July 15, 2018 - ONE SERVICE @ 10:30 AM

Andrew Hager: You’re Still Alive: Reflections on Grunge

In the early 1990s, it was almost impossible to escape grunge. Seattle rock went nationwide. Flannel was in fashion. Eddie Vedder was on the cover of Time. What did it all mean? Why does it still matter? Will a mosh pit break out at church? Lay Worship Associate Andrew Hager is your guide, and Tony Bonta (with Nick and Luke) will revisit some of the era’s most notable songs.

July 22, 2018 - ONE SERVICE @ 10:30 AM

Karyn Marsh: Everyday Spirituality

Nearly every faith tradition calls for daily spiritual practices as a way to connect to the divine. Muslims and Orthodox Jews are expected to pray several times a day.  The Noble Eightfold Path followed by Buddhists includes a daily meditation practice.  Catholics are encouraged to pray the rosary daily.  As a non-creedal faith, Unitarian Universalism does not hold to a specific view of the divine or spirit.  However, there is still much room for spiritual practice within Unitarian Universalism.  In today’s service, seminarian Karyn Marsh will explore spiritual practices for Unitarian Universalists as a way to create connection with each other and ourselves.