Sun, 24 January 2010
This is the sermon you could have used before Hallowthanksmas, when family and friends asked about the congregation you attend! But it’s never too late to get a grip on Unitarian Universalism. If you have friends or family that you’ve been waiting to bring to UUCA, this is the Sunday.
Sun, 17 January 2010
On this special MLK Sunday we feature the singing of Precious Joubert, guest soloist, sharing some very familiar but moving spirituals.
The message today looks at the other side of love. We do all the good we can in life but sometimes we get back hate, malice and envy. We wonder sometimes if the sacrifice is/was worth it. Dr. King had these thoughts too but still chose to stand in faith, hope and love for all humanity. Enjoy!
Sun, 10 January 2010
This annual service recognizes the life passages (birth, coming-of-age, move, marriage and union, and death) that occurred in our congregation during 2009.
Sun, 3 January 2010
With the New Year comes the feeling of a fresh start. The Christian tradition emphasizes grace as God's gift to humanity, grace as a fresh start. The New Testament tells us that it is through faith, grace, and good work that we are saved. "For the grace of God, which can save every person, has now been shown for all people, and it teaches us to have no more to do with godlessness or the desires of this world but to live, here and now, responsible, honorable, and God-fearing lives" (Titus 2:11-12). What does grace mean to Unitarian Universalists, and how can we embrace it this New Year?