As we prepare to begin a new year, eight members of the congregation, representing eight different generations (teens through eighties), share their stories of a moment of time in their lives that inspired them with a sense of optimism about their place in the world, … read more.
Each year we gather to retell the story of Christmas. We do so again this year, with the Choir singing the indomitable Messiah, and with reflections from Rev. Kim on what it means for a messiah to be born.
Come join us for a participatory nativity pageant during our family Christmas service.
Only a few roles are cast in advance of the service, the rest of the at least 27 participants (including shepherds, stars, kings, and animals) take part as the story is told. Everyone … read more.
Days after Solstice, the longest night of the year, we take this early hour to steep into meditations on the earth’s turning.
Artists have explored the mystery of life and the human condition through painting, sculpture, poetry, and song from the beginning of time. Today, we look at these mysteries through music from our time.
In this season of miracle, awe and wonder, we take this Sunday to remind ourselves of the Hanukkah story, to celebrate the newest members of UUCWC, and to wonder together about the mystery of miracles ancient and new.
Music by the Crossings Chorale.
Join once again in our annual Hanging of the Greens multigenerational celebration! In honor of the pagan appreciation and rituals of the evergreen, together we will sing, decorate, and come together to deck our sanctuary halls.