Religious Education Events
- Sunday, March 26, 2017 – 9 and 11 am
"Saint Frances of Assisi: An Important 'Source' for Unitarian Universalism"
Unitarian Universalism is enriched by its drawing upon a variety of important 'sources' of inspiration and wisdom from the world's religions and spiritual leaders. Today's sermon will explore Saint Francis of Assisi's inspirational ministry, and its relevance to our expression (in words and deeds) of Unitarian Universalist Principles and Purposes in the 21st Century.
Service Leader: Kevin F.
- Sunday, April 2, 2017 – 9 and 11 am
"Hyphenated Unitarian Universalism"
Unitarian Universalism, in our free search for truth, provides a space from which to roam, finding the path that works for you – for now, or for always. Many of us identify as "Hyphenated UUs": UU-Pagan, UU-Muslim, UU-Buddhist. How do we walk that road, staying true to ourselves, and our wider community?
Service Leader: Julie James; Worship Associate: Danielle Dolloff
- Sunday, April 9, 2017 – 9 and 11 am
"Dancing for Justice"
Alice Walker wrote, "hard times require furious dancing." Today we explore the way art and joy are connected to struggles for justice and a fulfilling life.
Worship Leader: Reverend Alice Bukey; Worship Associate: Miguel Pagan
Rev. Elizabeth Bukey is the Minister of Congregational Life at Chalice UU Congregation in Escondido, California. Her work at Chalice Congregation focuses on social justice and membership. A lifelong UU, Rev. Bukey holds a Master of Divinity degree from Union Theolological Seminary in New York City. She also sings with the San Diego Women's Chorus, a lesbian-identified, feminist chorus that is open to all women, and is a co-chair of the Chorus' Board of Directors.