A Month of Sundays
WE ARE A VIRTUAL CHURCH.
Services are held online via Zoom. To enjoy the full experience, be sure to join us in Zoom (on your computer or by phone) at 11:00 on Sunday mornings. Join our email list to receive our weekly Bulletin with the Zoom link and password!
May 2, 2021
Teresa Leary, Worship Leader
“Welcome to the Apocalypse”
As ominous as it may seem, the word “apocalypse” comes from two Greek words meaning “an uncovering” and can say much for us as UUs, who are always striving to create a world more focused on the needs of social justice. Join Matt Pargeter-Villarreal as we discuss more about the idea of apocalypse and how it relates to us as UUs and the greater world we look to create.
May 9, 2021
Rev. Tracie Barrett
Jane Bradford, Worship Leader
“The Shape of Grief”
After a year of living in a pandemic and with vaccines rolling out, it’s time to look at the grief of all we have lost this last year. Rev. Tracie Barrett helps guide us on how to recognize the grief we may have been ignoring and how to work through it.
May 16, 2021
So many have suffered in our world as the COVID 19 pandemic has ripped through lives. Families have been brought to their knees and any of our own friends, or family members could be or could have been affected by this devastating epidemic. Join Steven Merens for his talk on the miracle that brought him back from near death from COVID-19. He will explore the resilience of the spirit, the soul, community connections, health, and how all of those contributed to his experience.
May 23, 2021
A garden is made more lovely with a variety of flowers that bloom and grow together. Our congregation is much the same. Made increasingly more lovely by the gifts that each unique individual brings to our community. Come celebrate with us this Sunday as we honor the connection, recognition and acceptance we have for one another as a group of diverse beings whose individual beauty makes up the whole of our Mosaic garden.
May 30, 2021
Annabelle Mendoza, Worship Leader
“Memorial Day Stories”
On this Memorial Day Weekend, Cheryl Floyd, Speaker/Storyteller shares a family story reflection of her mother’s life changes during World War II. Cheryl’s stories from her southern Louisiana Cajun heritage are entertaining as well as inspirational. Worship leader, Annabelle Mendoza, will guide us through our service.