In this annual intergenerational service, we each bring a flower (or several), fill vases and baskets with them, and after blessing the flowers and each other, we each choose a flower that someone else brought and bring it home. If you’re attending online, have your … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dan Harper
It’s that time of year! We tell the Christmas story in keeping with our Unitarian Universalist heritage and with everyone who wishes to join in becoming characters in the story. And for the first time since March 2020, we have two services in person, indoors … read more.
Thanksgiving is all about sharing and unity and going over the river and through the woods to Grandmother’s house! Right? Well, actually . . . In this friendly debate, Kris Geering takes the affirmative and Greg Becker, well, he’s the negative. But between them, they … read more.
The audio player above plays the audio podcast of the sermon only. The YouTube player below plays the video of the entire service with copyrighted and private information redacted.
We welcome Christmas, live-streamed from our beloved sanctuary, with stories, carols and special music, and candles. Come … read more.
The YouTube player below plays the video of the entire service with copyrighted and private information redacted.
Follow along in the order of service: bit.ly/uucpa_oos_20201220
In this intergenerational service, we rejoice in the everyday miracles of the season, marking the winter solstice and inviting all who … read more.
The Flower Communion is an annual service in which we each bring a flower, create an altar full of bouquets, and end by each taking away a flower that another person brought. Special Music: Yuri Liberzon, Classical Guitar
The order of service is here.
One of the most interesting figures in the old Unitarian Church of Palo Alto that existed from 1905 to 1934 was Helen Kreps. A brilliant scholar, she
was inspired by seeing a woman minister, Rev. Florence Buck, preach at the Palo Alto church, and after a brilliant career at Stanford went on to prepare to become a Unitarian minister herself. When the influenza epidemic hit in
1918, she volunteered as a nurse, contracted influenza, and died. The story of Helen Kreps has a lot to tell us about heroism, feminism, and the importance of controlling pandemics.
Special music: Veronika Agranov-Dafoe, piano
Celebrate Easter with UUCPA from the comfort of your home.
Special Music: Liz Russ, soprano
Order of Service bit.ly/uucpa_oos_20200412a
Come enjoy music, stories, and our annual fire ritual in this mid-winter celebration.
Special Music: Jim Stevens, folk guitar
Today’s entire offering collection will be donated to our February Justice Partner, Stevenson House.