Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring
Please join us on Sunday mornings for uplifting and thought- provoking worship.
The upcoming sermon theme is listed below.
During the summer months, from Father's Day through Labor Day, one service is held at 10:30 am. These services are interpreted in American Sign Language. Nursery Care and Religious Education for children through grade 12 are offered during the summer worship services. An informal coffee hour follows the service.
During the regular church year (Labor Day to Father's Day), we hold two worship services, at 9:30 and 11:30 a.m., for most of the year. The second service is interpreted in American Sign Language (as of May 2015), as well as coffee hour. Please join us in the Community Hall between services for an informal coffee hour, starting between 10:45-11:30.
Involvement – Finding the Right Fit for You
Chris Lindsley, Program Council, Chair
About the service, Chris writes: “ If you could do any one thing at UUCSS, what would that be? So what is stopping you? Discover how getting involved can make you feel alive, inspired and connected.”
The Power of This Day
Rev. Dr. Leon Dunkley
Look to this day for it is life! Sunday, May 10 th is Mother’s Day. It is a time of celebration that can be joyful. It’s not always joyful—we have different experiences in life—but it is always celebratory. Life exists and we get to live it. We have all been given the very same gift. Even through the greatest challenges, there is gratitude. Join Alex Posner and Rev. Leon. Come share the power of this day!
Circle of Life
Sarah Gonzalez, DRE and Rev. Dr. Leon Dunkley
Every year we spend a Sunday celebrating the many transitions we each go through in our life's journeys through this annual tradition of the Circle of Life service. We will welcome new babies into our community through an Infant Dedication Ceremony, hear from a multigenerational choir, and lift up the joy of being in community at all ages.
What Is Your Truth?
Rev Dr. Leon DunkleyThis may sound like a question that one answers privately, within the safety of one’s one experience. It is not. It is a question of beauty, of culture and of community. How we answer it tells us a lot about who we are. Georgia O’Keefe answered this question with flowers. Bruce Jenner answered with courage and grace. Our truths are difficult. Our truths are lonely. Most deeply, though, our truths are shared. In their differences, they connect us to one another. Come find out how!
Sunday Support team schedule.