(Water Balloon Baseball that is!) Hermes, the fleet of foot, is the patron of our games. We will be vigilant that Aphrodite does not distract us with her golden apples! Instead our very own apple tree will lend its fruit to our apple pie (cobbler) – … read more.
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Iris, Goddess of the rainbow please accept my offering” This special Sunday we will be honoring Isis goddess of the rainbow. We’re throwing drachma through the rainbow in hopes this reaches you. Come ready to get damp and discover some things that you wouldn’t expect.
This Sunday, from 11:00 to 11:30, we will offer a make-up tie-dye session for our youth. If you didn’t already get and tie-dye your custom camp t-shirt, we have limited sizes still available – first come first served.
This summer will be filled with tales of Olympus, heroic deeds and quests. Children and Youth are invited to join us for fun and adventure as we journey along the path to self-discovery that every demi-god must tread to awaken their full potential. We’ll kick … read more.
The Special Collection recipient for June is GRID Alternatives of Greater Los Angeles. GRID Alternatives’ is working toward a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone. Their mission is to make renewable energy technology and job training accessible to under-served communities. For more … read more.
Congregation, friends and family are welcome on this special day where we celebrate the youth of our church and their achievements throughout the year. In addition, we remark and celebrate the bridging of our graduating seniors as they step onto the path of young adulthood. … read more.
Our common spiritual home in the mountains is being readied for summer, when nearly 1,500 campers of all ages — most from UU congregations across California, Arizona, and Nevada — will head up the mountain. They’ll recreate, reconnect to nature and to each other, and … read more.
Youth will be part of Music Sunday until they are sung out. Once they meet with their class, youth will prepare what they are sharing with the congregation on RE Sunday (June 9th).
After being sung out, youth will reflect on this month’s topic of Pride, Peace & Justice.
Youth and their families are encouraged to join members and friends of UUCLB in marching in the Long Beach Pride Parade. Look out for more details, or visit the Pride table after service