Morning Services during the Summer begin at 9:30 am, all services take place in the Sanctuary.
Sunday, July 8 at 9:30 a.m.
Service Leaders: Margaret McConnell and Sarah Culver
Terry Tempest Williams writes: “In the future, brave men
and women will write a Declaration of Interdependence that
will be read and honored along side the Declaration of
Independence….” In her Open Space of Democracy,
Williams urges us to engage in our democracy, take risks,
share ideas, and deeply listen. Today we will consider the
spirit that lies at the foundation of our country's democracy
and ask: Are we honoring that spirit now, and how do we
honor that spirit in years to come?
Sunday, July 15 at 9:30 a.m.
Connections to the Continent
Service Leader: Ellen Carvill
This morning’s service will be reflections on the business
and event of the annual gathering of Unitarian Universalist
congregations called General Assembly, which happened in
late June. Come hear what happened this year and how these
happenings affect UUCA.
Sunday, July 22 at 9:30 a.m.
Living the UU Life
Service Leader: Warren Brown
What can Unitarian Universalism bring to our lives? We
come to services on Sundays and get involved in church
activities, but how does Unitarian Universalism really
impact us on a daily basis? How does it improve our lives?
Sunday, July 29 at 9:30 a.m.
Speakers: Elaine Young & Frances Pake
Every day of our lives miracles happen. Miracles are
natural. Ordinary everyday miracles. If we pay attention
we’ll find them everywhere. It’s our choice to "Believe it or