"The Beloved Community is not an organization of individuals seeking private and selfish security for their souls. It is a new adventure, a spontaneous fellowship of consecrated men (women and children) seeking a new world."--Clarence Skinner (1881-1949), UU minister
NOTE: Go to our Home Page for a complete listing of this coming Sunday Morning happenings.
Typical Sunday Mornings @ UUCD
9:30 am Adult Forum
Adult forums are offered almost every Sunday as a part of our Lifetime Learning program. These hour long forums give us the chance to go deeper— intellectually, socially, ethically, and spiritually on issues of importance to us—all in the context of a supportive spiritual community—Unitarian Universalism has much to offer adults beyond our Sunday Morning worship service.
9:30 am Children & Youth Religious Education (Academic year September through mid-June)
Religious education can help us grow in faith, at any age. Yet spiritual development happens outside of our faith communities, too...especially at home. Parents and caregivers are our children's primary religious educators, and not only because we give explanations and advice. Every day, we model attitudes toward faith, meaning, and purpose that children will notice and copy.
We support one another to discover and rediscover a seeking, active faith in the context of our family lives.
9:30 am Nursery for children under age 5
10:30 am Worship Service
We celebrate the spirit of life every Sunday morning with ritual, music, caring, and worship (worth shaping). Our worship differs from week to week so you are invited to come several times to get a flavor of our diversity.
11:30 am Social
Local fair trade coffee and tea is served every Sunday following the worship service. We also promote local, sustainable and healthy food including monthly hot brunches and potlucks. We also have been known to serve hot cinnamon rolls in the summer. We love to eat and have fun together after our spirits have been nourished?
'Religion is our human response to the dual reality of being alive and having to die.' --Forest Church, UU minister