What is Evil?

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on March 9th, 2020

Hear a lecture on Evil which the Guest Speaker defines as "The willful imposition of extreme and unnecessary suffering".  There will be an introductory reading by Jim Lewis of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's essay "After Ten Years".




We Need One Another

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on March 8th, 2020

We are people of many paths who come together to make a difference for our world and ourselves. Ours is a shared spiritual journey offering ongoing opportunities for learning and growing together. We gather as a community to care for one another and practice our principles by answering the call for social justice.




The Search for Love or How to Tame a Wild Yak in its Natural Habitat

Posted in DefaultTag by starrkinguu on February 23rd, 2020

Guest Speaker: Rev. Greg Ward.  Falling in love can be amazing, wonderful, intoxicating and provides one of the best portals to truth, purpose and meaning the Universe offers.  It can also be disorienting, confusing, mysterious and scary.  It feels like we are asked to set aside every lesson our fear and ego taught us and learn an entirely new language.  And the truth is, that is exactly what Love is asking. 




Spiritual Practice and Practicing Spirituality

Posted in DefaultTag by starrkinguu on February 2nd, 2020

Glenn Jacobs discusses the role of the worship associate and Bob Meyerson explores the way we use words to describe spirituality.




Family Spirit

Posted in Unitarian Universalism by starrkinguu on January 26th, 2020

The family is a living evolving entity.  There are no two families alike. Each have their own "finger print" creating family credos unique to their spiritual needs.  Our guest speak is Lorie Miller.




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.





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