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The Church Celebrates


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Featured Church Community Events

  • Congregational Meeting Sunday May 3, 2015 12:30 in Wylder Hall All church members and church leadership are encouraged to participate in the meetings that help govern how the church moves forward. Visitors are also welcome...
  • Gay Pride Parade Sunday May 17, 2015 Walk With Us In The Long Beach Pride Parade We'll have a multi generational group.  Very flashy in our gold or rainbow t-shirts. Sign up so that we can call you to give...
  • Friday Film Friday May 1,  7:00 PM in the Lounge— It's time to start showing the five films that were nominated for the Best Documentary Oscar 2014. We will start with a film about about a mysterious nanny...

Religious Education Events

  • Thoughtful Thursdays
    Thoughtful Thursdays are themed adult education classes on six consecutive Thursdays. This spring, we invite you to participate in Spiritual Renewal and reconnect...

Upcoming Services

Sunday, May 3, 2015 -- 9 and 11 am

"Spring Festival of Flowers"

Gathering at the table to give and receive from the community is an ancient ritual found in many traditions. At UUCLB we engage this ritual with our annual Flower Communion. Today's multigenerational service will honor the unique gifts we bring and the blessings we are given by being in community. You are invited to bring a flower to add to the congregational bouquet from which we all give and receive.

Worship Leaders: Reverend Mitra Rahnema and Nikevia Thomas, DLRE

Sunday, May 17, 2015 -- 9 and 11 am

"Queering Our Lives"

We are a welcoming community. Yet, being "welcoming" is not something we can check off our to-do list -- it is an ever-evolving process of heart and mind. On this Pride Day let us look at where we came from and consider ways we all can queer our whole lives.

Worship Leader: Reverend Mitra Rahnema