Loving in Times of War - Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King

Posted in Unitarian Universalism, Martin Luther King, Values by starrkinguu on January 25th, 2020

As we celebrate Martin Luther King Day, we are mindful of how his message continues to inspire us and guide the new generations. Multi-generational service.




Making Room

Posted in Unitarian Universalism, Values by starrkinguu on January 13th, 2020

Inspired by the Latin American tradition of Las Posadas, we reflect upon the meaning and practice of radical hospitality.




Parenting as a Spiritual Practice

Posted in Unitarian Universalism, transcendentalism by starrkinguu on January 13th, 2020

We often think about meditation, religious rituals, or pilgrimages as spiritual practices. Yet the journey of parenting also offers us opportunities to grow spiritually as we embrace change every day. In addition to Rev. Maria Cristina, you will hear testimonials from Xiomara Tapia, Bethany Salway, Mary Lou Schuler, Michelle Lovett-Fink, and Amy Pete & Inés Thiebaut.




Love is Sharing

Posted in Unitarian Universalism, Values by starrkinguu on December 14th, 2019



South Hayward Parish

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on December 6th, 2019

Terri Owen shares her stories about volunteering at South Hayward Parish Food Bank for many years.  There will be an introduction by Rev. Maria Cristina talking about her visit there with Terri earlier in the week.




We Remember Them

Posted in DefaultTag by starrkinguu on October 28th, 2019

Commemorating the Days of the Dead with our annual Community Altar.

 




Beginning Again in Love

Posted in Unitarian Universalism, Values by starrkinguu on October 20th, 2019

A service dedicated to Forgiveness, of ourselves and each other.




Who We Are: Our Liberal Faith Tradition

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on October 20th, 2019

Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religious tradition that was formed from the consolidation of two religions: Unitarianism and Universalism. Both religions have long histories and have contributed important theological concepts that remain central to Unitarian Universalism. Since the merger of the two denominations in 1961, Unitarian Universalism has nurtured its Unitarian and Universalist heritages to provide a strong voice for social justice and liberal religion.




Legend of Ratbone - Scenes 1 & 2

Posted in Theatre by starrkinguu on September 26th, 2019

Listen to scenes 1 & 2 from the original Murder Mystery Musical Comedy written by Glen Jacob. Includes songs "X Marks the Spot" and "1899".

 




What We Believe: Diversity in Theology

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on September 22nd, 2019

Unitarian Universalism is predominantly a faith of “come-inners,” those who joined the church as adults, with a minority of “born-inners,” those who were born or grew up as UUs. We may come from the faith tradition of our childhood, or we may come from no faith tradition at all. Most of us have in common, however, the experience of being raised in a tradition other than Unitarian Universalism. Stories abound of UU congregants saying, “I was always a Unitarian Universalist, but didn’t know it,” or “I finally found a church community where I could express my beliefs and have them accepted.” Gatherings of newcomers express joy at finding a community of like-minded people. Hear testimonials about "Building Your Own Theology" by Donnie Rett and Beth Ogilvie as well as a sermon by Rev. Maria Cristina.

 





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