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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.

Service Themes:

September: What does it mean to be a people of Welcome?

October: What does it mean to be a people of Courage?

November: What does it mean to be a people of Appreciation?

December: What does it mean to be a people of Wonder?

January: What does it mean to be a people of Intention?

February: What does it mean to be a people of Devotion?

March: What does it mean to be a people of Balance?

April: What does it mean to be a people of Emergence?

May: What does it mean to be a people of Imagination?

June: What does it mean to be a people of Celebration?



150th Anniversary Presentations, Pictures and Projects

Join Us Sunday @ 11 a.m.
October 29 / 29 de octubre / Service in English / Servicio in Inglés
Arrive early to enjoy Alabanzas at 10:15 a.m
Llegue temprano para disfrutar Alabanzas a las 10:15 a.m.

Day of the Dead: Connecting with Our Loved Ones

For our annual Día de los Muertos service, please bring photos, mementos, or flowers in honor of your loved ones (people or pets) who have died, and place them on our colorful ofrenda (altar) before the service. If you can, please bring some of your loved one’s favorite food or drink to share at your table in Hattie Porter Hall. We open the service with song and story. We bring into the heart of the sanctuary all who have lost a beloved in the last three years, and we sing our comfort to them. Then we move into Hattie Porter Hall to gather at tables and share stories about our loved ones along with their favorite snacks. Pick a table based on the birth month of one of your loved ones. Come ready to share a vivid story, and to laugh, Mexican style, at how even Death cannot separate us from Love! Take heart—the meaning of courage — from this annual service, friends!

Worship Leaders: the Rev. Nancy Palmer Jones, the Rev. Geoff Rimositis, Rodney Lemery; Worship Associates: Jenn Castro and more

Día de los Muertos: Conectando con Nuestros Seres Queridos

Para el servicio anual del Día de los Muertos, favor de traer fotos, recuerdos o flores en honor de sus seres queridos (personas o mascotas) quienes han muerto y colocarlas en nuestra colorida ofrenda (altar) antes del servicio. Si pueden, por favor traigan alguna comida o bebida favorita de su ser querido para compartir en su mesa de Hattie Porter Hall. Abrimos el servicio con una canción y una historia. Traemos en el corazón del Santuario a todos los que han perdido a un ser querido en los últimos tres años, y cantamos nuestras condolencias para ellos. A continuación nos desplazamos al salón de Porter Hattie donde nos reuniremos en las mesas y compartiremos historias sobre nuestros seres queridos junto con sus comidas favoritas. Escojan una mesa basada en el mes de nacimiento de uno de sus seres queridos. Vengan dispuestos a compartir una vivida historia y a reír, al estilo mexicano, porque incluso la muerte, no puede separarnos del amor ¡Corazón— el significado de la valentía — de este servicio anual, amigos!

Dirigen: la Rev. Nancy Palmer Jones, el Rev. Geoff Rimositis, Rodney Lemery; Asociadas de Celebración: Jenn Castro y más

Read about upcoming services

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

Alabanzas: 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.

Alabanzas: 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 - 5 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.

1st - 4th grades Soul Matters & Stories of Courage & Wisdom
This class will be engaged in Soul Matters themes that will be explored in Sunday services: Welcome, Courage, Appreciation, Wonder, Intention, Devotion, Balance, Emergence, Imagination and Celebration. The children will experience these themes in the stories of people who have acted with courage and wisdom in their attempts to fully live their lives and make the world a better place. Each session strives to be experiential and is designed to engage children in three fundamental spiritual experiences; what we call “the three S’s.” Silence = meditation, listening, mindfulness. Service = leadership, helping others Sunshine = connection with our bodies through movement

5th - 8th grades — Crossing Paths: World Religions

Crossing Paths celebrates the values that religions share, but it emphasizes their uniqueness. Every world faith tradition was born in response to a distinct human struggle. We honor religions best when we work to understand the challenge and aspiration each religion has devoted itself to. Crossing Paths invites youth to see the religious landscape as “Many Mountains, Many Paths.” The class will also visit the diverse faith traditions that call Santa Clara County home. Among the faiths to be studied include: • Unitarian Universalism • Mainline Protestantism • Historic Christian Peace Churches (Quakers, Brethren, Mennonites, Amish) • Christian Evangelicalism (Mega Church) • Catholicism • Judaism • Islam • Buddhism • Hinduism • Wicca

Map Sunday — The first Sunday of each month. This is when youth begin to learn about the religion that they will visit in a couple of weeks. We take an experiential learning approach, using ritual, activities and sensory experience.

9th-12th grades— Balcony Level above Hattie Porter Hall, Youth Room
The senior high youth group meets from 11:30a-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.

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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¡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 Servicio:

Septiembre: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Bienvenida?

Octubre: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Coraje?

Noviembre: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Apreciación?

Diciembre: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Maravilla?

Enero: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Intención?

Febrero: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de devoción?

Marzo: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Equilibrio?

Abril: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Emergencia?

Mayo: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Imaginación?

Junio: ¿Qué significa ser un pueblo de Celebración?