Speaker: Tracy Lunquist

Forgotten Prophets

In honor of Black History Month this February, join Matthew Pargeter-Villarreal for a reflection on the story of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, a black female Unitarian abolitionist, suffragist, and women’s rights advocate, whose incredible history and story is a reminder of the prophetic voices throughout … read more.

Candlelight Service

Mosaic will hold our Christmas Eve Candlelight service via Zoom at 7:00 PM, on the 24th. Bring a white candle (any shape or size, electric is OK) that you can keep by your computer while we Zoom. We will light them together at the end … read more.

Ethical Non-monogamy

We have made great strides in learning to accept and love people across a broad spectrum of sexual orientations and gender identities. Yet even some of the most open-minded among us still struggle to understand and accept relationship and family structures beyond traditional dyad partnerships. … read more.

Feeding the Hungry Ghosts

It’s Halloween, and the ghosts of our ancestors walk the earth. Sensei Morris Doshin Sullivan will share with us a Buddhist ceremony, Feeding the Hungry Ghosts, which purports to help even the most hopeless spirits progress toward spiritual peace. Worship leader, Judy Raymond, will guide … read more.


This Sunday we will continue our roundtable-style services with the topic of Vulnerability. If we want our lives to be passionate and purposeful, we must face our vulnerabilities and learn to feel our emotions.

This summer we are exploring The Journey Inward. Exploring … read more.


Sunday we will continue our roundtable-style services with the topic of Receiving. It is as important to receive as it is to give.

This summer we are exploring The Journey Inward. Exploring the integration of mind, body, and spirit. These services are designed to allow participants … read more.

Stones and Walls

To mark the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Inn riots, a series of events widely credited as the birth of the modern LGBTQIA+ pride movement, Rev. Tracy will reflect on the “stones” and “walls”, both literal and metaphorical, that stand in the way of affirming … read more.

Love Doesn’t Care

May 17 is the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. In this service, lifting up the first UU principle affirming the inherent worth and dignity of every person, Rev. Tracy played with the seemingly paradoxical statement, “love doesn’t care.”

Earth Day Birthday!

Mosaic celebrates 14 years since our first “public” worship service, held on Earth Day, 2006. Please note that this was a “sharing circle”, so there is no recorded service or sermon, just the introductory slides.

Going Viral

Rev. Tracy offers some thoughts on how to handle the COVID-19 crisis by moving out of the space of fear and back into the space of love.