Listening to Sunday services from outside the Main Hall: You can listen to Sunday services anywhere on UUCPA’s campus using an FM radio. Just tune your radio to 88.7 MHz.

The Wounds of Our People

In a faraway land, almost 2,500 years before the United States was established, the prophet Jeremiah wept and admonished: “They dress the wound of my people as though it were not serious. ‘Peace, peace,’ they say, when there is no peace.” The myth of white supremacy is a mortal wound to our country. It has been bandaged and salved, but never treated like the danger it is. Perhaps the one hopeful aspect of this terrible week can be that we will at last recognize the nature of this wound–the correct diagnosis being crucial for healing, as any doctor knows. As a congregation, as Unitarian Universalists, we are called to be such healers.

Special music: Aaron Lington, saxophone, and Victoria Lington, piano; Julia Bullock, soprano, and Christian Rief, piano

The order of service will be posted here midweek.

The Sacred Ground Of Now

One of our affiliated community ministers, the Rev. Stefanie Etzbach-Dale, speaks to us about the spiritual practice of attentiveness to the present moment, in all its complexity.

Join via Zoom video: zoom.us/j/485021387

The order of service will be provided closer to the date.

Meeting password is emailed to announce and creparents. If you didn’t get the password, call the UUCPA main #650-494-0541 to get it OR instead, watch the service live on our Facebook page: facebook.com/uucpa.

Flower Communion

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. Founded in 1923 by Czech Unitarian minister Norbert Capek, this ritual was spread all over the United States through the leadership of his wife Maja, and is celebrated in most Unitarian Universalist congregations to this day.
Special Music: Yuri Liberzon, Classical Guitar

New Visions of Community

The human need for connection is undeniable. Yet for most of us, for the hundreds of thousands of years of human existence, those connections have arisen from, and been sustained by, proximity. How do we create community when physical closeness is so limited? Special Music: Margaret Davis, harp, and Kristoph Klover, acoustic guitar

10:30 am: Join via Zoom video: zoom.us/j/485021387

The order of service will be provided closer to the date.

Meeting password is emailed to announce and creparents. If you didn’t get the password, call the UUCPA main #650-494-0541 to get it OR instead, watch the service live on our Facebook page: facebook.com/uucpa.