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Sunday Services


Journey to a New Church

There is both prose and poetry in the life of our liberal faith tradition. It calls us, not only to dream of human improvement, it expects us to create a sanctuary where joy abides – where justice-seeking becomes real. It calls us all to a spirited, eclectic feast, filled with fun.

Our Sunday Services begin at 10:00 am.

September 22nd
Autumn Equinox Celebration

September 29th
Laughter in dark times.

Marla Loturco returns to our pulpit.
When life gets you down, whether from personal  or global tragedy, it is important to find your laughter. As Josh Billings says about laughter, “Genuine laughing is the vent of the soul, the nostrils of the heart, and it is just as necessary for health and happiness as spring water is for a trout.”  Come join us for a morning of therapeutic laughter.


October 6th
Will you pray for me?

Someone you know and love has asked you to pray for them.  Your heart says "Yes! I love you!"  but your brain says " Ummm, How?"  How do we bridge the space between theist and atheist or Christian and Pagan?  We will talk about a variety of ways we can approach interfaith prayer and answer the call of our hearts to reach out and connect with those we love.  

Renée Brill returns to our pulpit.

October 13th
Losing my Religion, Finding the Sacred

The journey from here to there and back again. Rebellion, process “theology,” Spirals, the vision of the World in Nature, and trying not to cuss while preaching. Paul Fucile will be in our pulpit.


October 20th
Leaning In

When we're uncomfortable, scared or feel threatened, our instinctual reaction is to deflect those feeling on to another person, place, or thing. We've been hearing about "leaning in" to those feelings, but how do we keep those feelings from holding us back? Tracy Tanwar will lead the sermon on how to get out of your own way and live your own life.

Tracy Tanwar will be in our pulpit.


 




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Logistics of Sunday Worship:

Refreshments are available in the lobby before the service. Chiming bells at 10:00 am call everyone to the sanctuary — and you are welcome to bring your coffee and snacks! Our services generally follow a regular order of announcements, hymns, readings, sharing of joy and sorrows, sermon, and offeratory. They often include a "dramatic moment" or special music. We have members of all ages at UUCOC — singles, couples, and families. We encourage everyone to sit wherever they are most comfortable. A nursery is available in the Hope building and is staffed on most Sundays. If staff is not available on a particular Sunday, parents are welcome to use the nursery and listen to the service via our speaker system.

After the service, adults are encouraged to stay for "Talk Back" — a great chance to share your thoughts, and hear what others think, about the sermon topic and more. 

Youth are invited to join our religious exploration classes, which begin at 10:00 am in the Hope Building.

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