This time of year it can seem like the cold of winter will last forever. Yet it is right about now that farmers of old in the northern hemisphere began preparations for spring planting. Join us for a service exploring the intersections of Imbolc and Candlemass and celebrating the oncoming of Spring.
This Sunday marks the 50th anniversary since the Supreme Court recognized a consitutional right to abortion in Rowe vs. Wade, a landmark case overturned last year. This week in worship we explore this new chapter of work toward liberation and the gifts our liberal faith offers us for the journey.
This Sunday we honor the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by considering how his ministry is calling us, here and now, to build a world of equity for all.
This week in this “all virtual” worship we use the Epiphany as a jumping-off point to consider the nature of truth, and how we recognize truth when we find it. This is a service for all ages.
Start the New Year off right with our annual jazz service! This is an all-virtual service.
The UUCSS building will be closed and all staff off from Christmas morning through New Year’s Eve, but all who wish are invited to enjoy a virtual service offered by the ministers and musicians of several UU congregations around the country. Click Here for the link to the 10:30 a.m. premiere on YouTube. Closed Caption…
In this contemplative service of lessons and carols, our gifted choir and musicians will help us weave together sacred narration, modern poetry, prayer, carols, and candlelight for a refreshing take on what the Christmas story means for us today. This later service is geared toward teenagers, adults, and all seeking a more contemplative Christmas Eve…
This night may not be so silent, but it will certainly be holy when we gather together to recall the Christmas story. This earlier service is geared toward children, families, and all young at heart. All are invited to bring goodies to share at the 7:00 p.m. Cookie Party!
Our free faith draws from many sources, and this week we join our Jewish members, friends, and neighbors in seeking wisdom in the Hannukah story.
Join us for this service of Advent Lessons and Carols on this third Sunday of the season of waiting before Christmas. Through poetry, scripture, and song we will reflect on the themes of faith, hope, love, and peace. All are invited to stay after the service for an all-ages Crafting and Caroling Party! More details…