Upcoming Worship Services

 

Sunday Worship Services

 

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 26

Services at 9:30am and 11:00am

“Enough!” - Rev. Bruce Beisner

We live with such abundance. Yet our culture is always telling us there is not enough money, not enough time, nit enough resources or not enough care to go around. How is our church and our faith about helping see the true relationship between having and sharing?

 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 3

Services at 9:30am and 11:00am

 “Be Prepared!” - Rev. Bruce Beisner

During the season of Advent, the Christian Gospel tells us to “keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come.” What does it mean to be prepared for new wisdom and insight? What practices might help up pay better attention to the miracles around us every day? We'll have special music from our Woodwind Quintet and an All-Church Fire Drill at the end of each worship service.

 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 10

Services at 9:30am and 11:00am

 “Bringing Forth the Light” - Rev. Bruce Beisner

As our Jewish neighbors and friends celebrate Hanukkah or “the Festival of Lights,” we’ll explore how we are called to be like the candles on the menorah. How does the light we give and share witness to our history, our values and our belief in goodness that is yet to be?

 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 17

Services at 9:30am and 11:00am

“Happy Birthday to Jesus!” - Rev. Bruce Beisner

Christmas has become about gifts, decorations, parties and charity. But the real “reason for the season” is the celebration of the birth of a man whose message has shaped Western religion and culture for over two millennia. Rev. Bruce will talk about Jesus and why we still care about this prophet from Nazareth. We'll have a Share the Plate Offering to support the human rights work of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee during both services.

 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 24

One Morning Service Only at 11:00am

“A Christmas Carol: A UU Story” - Raphael Mills Warner

Our Student Minister will offer this service about discovering the Unitarian Universalist values at the core of the classic Christmas story by Charles Dickins. Our folk band, "The Clear Creek Girls" will provide some special holiday music.


SUNDAY DECEMBER 31

One Morning Service Only at 11:00am

"Auld Lang Syne: A New Year's Eve Reflection" - Raphael Mills Warner

As we head into the New Year, we will gather together to remember days gone by and celebrate the chance to begin anew.


Families gather together in our sanctuary for the first portion of the Sunday morning worship service. Following the Story for All Ages, our children go to religious education activities. Childcare is available in our nursery for infants and toddlers during both services every Sunday.