Upcoming Services

Our Traditional Service is held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. each Sunday. For your convenience, we've posted descriptions of this month's sermon topics and speakers.

May 29, 2016: "Teach Them How to Say Goodbye"

Lauren Way, with Valerie Taylor, Worship Associate

We will explore lessons of leadership and letting go through the lens of the musical "Hamilton" and the complicated founding of this nation. As we celebrate and struggle with Memorial Day, may we reach back to lessons that still resonate today.

Lauren Way is a seminarian at the Starr King School for the Ministry. In her time there, she has served on the admissions committee, in student body leadership, and on the hospitality ministry team, and is currently a student trustee on the board. When she's not engaged in her studies, she works with youth in the Pacific Central and Southwest Districts, makes drinks at a local theater, and hangs out at the Exploratorium. This summer she begins her two-year program as a Fellow with the UUA's Church of the Larger Fellowship. 

June 5, 2016: "Religious Exploration Sunday and Rainbow Flag Celebration"

Rev. Chip Wright & Jef Melcher, with Michael Lessin, Worship Associate

RE is celebrating the year-end with a great skit by the kids, presentations by the youth and middle school group, and a "fly-up" of two middle school youth to YRUU. After the service, we will hold a brief ceremony to install a rainbow flag outside the front door. We have supported same-sex couples and marriage for decades -- we fly the colors of inclusion with joyful hearts.