Services

Each of Us Has a Name

If each of us has a name, what is yours? Who has named you? How might you wish to be known? Let’s continue the exploration of the spiritual depths of Identity.   Listen here:

State of the State

As we kick off a monthly theme of Identity, let’s take a moment to look at who UUCWC is and who we are becoming. The challenges and the opportunities, the bumps and the invitations. What is the state of the state?   Listen to the sermon here:

Spirituality and Diversity

Friend of UUCWC, Angelo Lewis, will lead this service on the ways in which our spirituality deepens when met with diversity. Please read the UUCWC water advisory for today at http://www.uucwc.org/jan-29-drinking-water-advisory-uucwc/

To Belong

It’s the Sunday after the inauguration. Millions will have celebrated. Millions will have marched. At UUCWC it’s also our New Member Sunday. What does it mean to belong?   Listen to the sermon here:

A Community of Prophecy

On this Martin Luther King Jr Sunday, let us gather in honor of King, and open our hearts once more to his prophetic voice that speaks to us today. Listen to this sermon:

Music Ministry

In honor of Caryl Tipton, our Director of Music Ministry for 25 years, gather in celebration, thanksgiving, and praise for the ministry of music. Join us for coffee and cake following the one service at 10am.

One Precious Life

Come and hear from nine UUCWC members, ranging in age from 10-90 as they reflect on the New Year and, in Mary Oliver’s words, their one precious life. In the spirit of our Centennial Year 2016-2017, we are taking this opportunity to hold our New Year’s Day service in the Crossings Room, just as it … Continued

Stories and Carols

Come for an abbreviated service in which we will share the stories and carols of Christmas Day.  Pajama-wearing is welcomed. Please note that we will have one service at 10:00am.

Born in Bethlehem: A Christmas Pageant

Come participate in our nativity pageant at our family Christmas service.  Only a few roles are cast in advance of the service.  The 27 (or more) remaining participants (including shepherds, stars, kings, and animals) take part as the story is told.  Everyone is invited to sing carols and imagine that they are in Bethlehem 2016 … Continued