Abundant Life

Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto Sermons and Reflections
Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto Sermons and Reflections
Abundant Life

We like to turn away from a scarcity mentality toward one of abundance–at least, we Unitarian Universalist ministers do. But does that set us up for further exploitation of the Earth, whose resources are not limitlessly abundant? Robert Neff was the winning bidder on “You Choose the Sermon Topic” at last November’s UUCPA Auction, and requested this subject, which Amy now delves into one day before Earth Day. In the midst of a “more is better” culture, surely there is a better way to conceive of abundance, limits, and our relationship with the rest of our beloved planet.

We also welcome new members at today’s service, which is followed by the annual meeting of the congregation.

Worship leader: Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern

Guest Worship Associate: Robert Neff

Special music: Larry Chinn, jazz piano

Follow along in the order of service, bit.ly/uucpa_oos_20240421.

If you prefer to attend online, there are two options. One, join the service via Zoom by clicking here. To get the passcode, email sundayservice@uucpa.org or call UUCPA’s outgoing voicemail message, 650-494-0541. It is also included in the weekly update emails. Two, to watch the service live on our Facebook page (no passcode required), visit UUCPA’s live Facebook feed.

Photo of Great Barrier Reef by Kristin Hoel on Unsplash