Traditions such as the Day of the Dead (native to Mexico) and the pagan holy day Samhain (pr. SAH-win), now aka All Hallows Eve or Halloween, suggest the veil between earthly life and the spirit world is thinnest this time of year. So this autumn … read more.
Exactly 100 years ago, on June 4, 1923, the minister of the Unitarian Church in Prague, Czechoslovakia, the Rev. Norbert Čapek, introduced the Flower Celebration. He asked the people of the congregation to bring flowers, and after they gathered them into one beautiful display and … read more.
Teenage UUCPAers’ 8th- or 9th-grade year is one of Coming of Age, a months-long program in which they learn more about Unitarian Universalism and articulate their own beliefs. During that time, they have met with mentors in the congregation, discussed big questions with each other … read more.
Join us on this longest night of the year! Our simple ceremony lasts under an hour, and is followed by abundant food – (cheese, dips, pies, nuts.) and hot mulled wine and hot cider. Just come – food provided. Our solstice ceremony includes meditative … 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.
Celebrate Easter with UUCPA from the comfort of your home.
Special Music: Liz Russ, soprano
Order of Service bit.ly/uucpa_oos_20200412a