The dual service format changed to a single service at 10:30 am on June 17. Single services continue throughout the summer. On August 5 dual services resume with services at 9:30 and 11:am.
June brings the start of Summer Sunday School, one of my favorite parts of our religious education programs for children.
During the summer, grades K-8 all meet together for Sunday school. We do activities that look more like summer camp than Sunday school (the complete list of activities is at the end … read more.
We are looking for a few good volunteers/project leaders. We will need assistance with pricing donated items before the sale, we also need several volunteers at the sale to help with questions, sales, supervise the area to ensure a safe and organized event. We also … read more.
During the summer, we invite you to join us for our Friday night and holiday BBQ’s which run from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
All are invited including non-members, friends and visitors. We generally throw our entrees on the fire around 6:00 pm and begin eating … read more.
Sunday Meditation will occur from 9:30 to 10:25 on the weeks when UUCPA has only one service (June 17 to July 29). Entering or leaving through the side Library door can occur anytime during that period, as long as it is done quietly.
Exploring Mind, Hands, Spirit and Heart Through Art … will not meet in July, but will resume August 5; 1 to 3 pm.
That day, we will do fluid painting. Bring clothes that can get messy! These activities are focused on accessing spiritual and emotional insights … read more.
This spring has brought many losses to our congregation. In fact, going back to last summer, there have been ten deaths of members or others closely associated with UUCPA. It’s a lot. One of our leaders, showing wisdom as well as kindness, asked how I … read more.
Brown Bag Books does not meet in July or August. The September book is The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore (historical fiction)
“Based on actual events … (this) book is about the nature of genius, the cost of ambition, and the battle to electrify … read more.