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We are … An open and loving multicultural community Seekers of all ages, encouraging questions and growing into the answers Inspired by many sources of wisdom Dedicated to becoming agents of compassion, social justice, healing, and joy.

Worship Themes 2014-2015

September: Oneness /The Unity in Unitarian

October: Death

November: Gratitude

December: Hope

January: Creation

February: Love

March: Brokenness

April: Transformation and Rebirth

May: Awe and Wonder


Join Us Sunday @ 11 a.m. April 26 / 26 de Abril
Service in English / Servicio in Inglés
April Theme: Transformation & Rebirth /
Tema de Abril: Transformación y El Renacimiento
Arrive early to enjoy Albanza at 10:15 a.m
Llegue temprano para disfrutar Albanza a las 10:15 a.m.

Understanding Unitarianism: Its Eastern European Homeland

Annual Balázs Scholar Visit!
This spring’s Balázs Scholar, the scholar-minister Rev. Dr. Sandor Kovács, brings his in-depth study of the history of Unitarianism in Eastern Europe (Hungary and Romania) to our sanctuary this Sunday. Fluent in English, Dr. Kovács bridges the borders between Eastern European and Western Unitarianism, and helps us connect with our kin in Transylvania who kept our faith alive through centuries of hardship. Please bring your generosity (and checkbooks, if possible), as our Special Collection goes to our Partner Church program. We will send 33 pilgrim-ambassadors to visit our Partner Church this July!

Worship Leader: the Rev. Dr. Sandor Kovács; Worship Associate: Frank Bosche

Entendiendo el Unitarismo: Su Paria en Europa Oriental

ˇVisita Anual del Investigador Balázs!
El investigador Balázs de esta primavera, el Rev. Dr. Sandor Kovács, trae su profundo estudio de la historia del unitarismo en Europa Oriental (Hungría y Rumania) a nuestro Santuario este domingo. Con un inglés fluido, el Dr. Kovács conecta las fronteras entre Europa Oriental y el Unitarismo Occidental y nos ayuda a conectarnos con nuestros parientes en Transilvania quienes mantuvieron viva a través de siglos de penuria nuestra fe. Por favor traiga su generosidad (y chequeras, si es posible), mientras nuestra colecta especial va al programa de nuestra iglesia hermana. ˇEnviaremos a 33 peregrino-embajadores a visitar nuestra iglesia hermana en julio! Dirige: el Rev

Dirigen: el Rev. Dr. Sandor Kovács; Asociado de Culto: Frank Bosche

Standing on the Side of Love

Venga Este Domingo / Servicio en Espanol y Inglés
Todos los domingos / Every Sunday @ 10:15 a.m.

Alabanza: Half-hour Multicultural Small Group Ministry Gathering

Come join us for this simple half-hour prayer-meditation service (without sermon) at 10:15 a.m. in a mixture of English and Spanish in the library. Accessible and welcoming to all, this service provides time to sing, meditate, and reflect in a small group in preparation for the service at 11:00.

Alabanza: Media Hora de Reunión del Pequeño Grupo del Ministerio Multicultural

Venga a unirse a nosotros para este servicio simple de oración-meditación de media hora (sin sermón) a las 10:15 horas en una mezcla de inglés y español en la biblioteca. Accesible e incluyente para todos, este servicio ofrece tiempo para cantar, meditar y reflexionar en un pequeño grupo en preparación para el servicio de las 11:00.

Nursery: Birth - four years
Location: Nursery, Church’s Lower Level

Our paid staff provide a loving presence and engage children in games, stories and crafts with seasonal and holiday themes.

3-5 Year Olds —Spiritually Growing Child: Earth Day Birthday
Today’s sing-along book honors the animals, the environment, and the Earth Day holiday. The words are set to the tune of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” and illustrate twelve North American species in their natural habitat.

Goal: We give thanks for the web of life of which we are a part, our seventh principle of Unitarian Universalism.

1st – 4th — Building World Community
We need not think alike to love alike. — Francis David (David Ferenz), 16th-century Transylvanian Unitarian minister

In this session, the Unitarian Universalist Partner Church program provides a doorway into our sixth Principle, the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all. The children hear a story of a girl in Transylvania whose village welcomes visitors from a U.S. partner church. They affirm world community by experiencing games, music and dance from cultures connected to our faith through the Partner Church program in Transylvania, the Philippines and India. 

5th – 8th Grades — World Religions: Sikhism
Today’s session will be on Sikhism, Indian religion founded in the Punjab in the late 15th century. Its members are known as Sikhs. The Sikhs call their faith Gurmat (Punjabi: “the Way of the Guru”).

9th – 12th Grades — Leading the Service
The senior high youth group meets from 11:30-12:30 after attending the first part of the 11 a.m. service.  The group offers its members a safe place to share their lives and find support and friendship among open minded and loving peers.  The group engages in discussions about issues relevant to youth’s lives and communities.

Check out Rev. Geoff’s blog on The Spiritual Journey of a Child through Our Faith Community and to see descriptions of our children and youth programs for 2014-15.

Please contact Rev. Geoff, GRimositis@gmail.com if you would like to learn more.

Church Office Hours

  • Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., but closed at noon for an hour break.
  • Tuesday and Thursday: Closed
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Bienvenidos Visitantes
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Bodas/Renta del Espacio

¡Todos son Bienvenidos!
Somos … Una comunidad multicultural abierta y amorosa Buscadores de todas edades que estimulamos el planteamiento de preguntas, buscando entender las respuestasInspirados por muchas fuentes de sabiduría Dedicados a convertirnos en agentes de la compasión, la justicia social, la sanidad y el gozo.

Temas de Culto 2014-2015

Septiembre: Unidad / La Unidad en Unitaria

Octubre: Muerte

Noviembre: Gratitud

Diciembre: Esperanza

Enero: Creación

Febrero: Amor

Marzo: El quebrantamiento

Abril: La transformación y el renacimiento

Mayo: asombro y maravilla