Below is a comprehensive listing of the many events and meetings at UUCSS.

Universalism for Today – Rev. Kristin Schmidt

This week marks the 250th anniversary of John Murray’s legendary sermon that helped birth American Universalism. UUs take pride in our history, but can be tough to reconcile our Universalist tradition with the suffering and destruction in the world today. This Sunday, we will reconsider what Universalism has to offer in the face of evil.…

Organizing Over the Long Haul – By the UU The Vote Committee

In the midst of global pandemic, rising authoritarianism, and uprising, lives hang in the balance and the future of democracy is on the line. In response, Unitarian Universalists are answering the call of our faith, building powerful partnerships to mobilize our communities to #VoteLove and #DefeatHate in the 2020 elections. Join UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, the UU the Vote team, and a…

Green Sanctuary Meeting

If addressing climate change and promoting sustainable ways of living are issues important to you or if you want to learn more, come join the UUCSS Green Sanctuary Committee!  We welcome you! We meet at the church sanctuary on the first Monday of the month from 7:00 – 8:00 PM during the months of September…

Property Committee

Please contact property@uucss.org for details, as meeting schedule and location are subject to change. Monitors the requirements for maintenance, renovation and improvement of buildings and grounds. Working closely with the sexton, supervises and organizes the maintenance of church property. Manages the attractiveness of the church facility, gardens, and grounds. Helps the church to be energy-efficient and…

Administrative Operations Committee

Please contact aoc@uucss.org for details, as meeting schedule and location are subject to change. Supports the minister and staff in performing the administrative functions of the church. The committee is responsible for improving office procedures and making decisions about purchases, replacements, repairs and maintenance of all office equipment.

The Power of Our Stories – Rev. Kristin Schmidt

This Indigenous People’s weekend we will reflect on the power of the stories we tell, the ways we choose to tell them, and how listening to different characters in the same stories can help us change not only our own perspectives but the world around us. Visit the UUCSS YouTube Channel on Sunday morning: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-ggwJDOg70yLJTi3aTCjuA Prelude and on-line gathering begin at 10:30am,…

Worship Services Committee

Please contact worship@uucss.org for details, as meeting schedule and location are subject to change. Worship committee oversees the production of consistent and meaningful worship services throughout the year by coordinating with the minister, minister of religious education, music director, deaf access committee, and congregation. The committee creates worship services when the minister is absent from…

Program Council

Please contact council@uucss.org for details, as meeting schedule and location are subject to change. The Program Council through its volunteer committees provides structure for church members to operate all the programs of the Church in conjunction with our professional leaders. The Council is led by the Board Vice President for Program and includes the Chairs of all…

Remembrance Sunday

As people all over the world prepare to honor the dead in different ways, we will remember our ancestors and those in our families and communities whom we’ve loved and lost. Everyone is invited to send a picture or two of a friend or loved one you’d like honored during this virtual service to minister@uucss.org. Please include the names (and birth and…

Transgender Day of Visibility

International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) is an annual event occurring on March 31 dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide, as well as a celebration of their contributions to society. The day was founded by US-based transgender activist Rachel Crandall of Michigan in 2009 as a…