Rocks, Resilience, and Turbulent Times

This morning’s worship is both the regular weekly services for the Unitarian Universalist Church of Long Beach and the closing event of the UUA Pacific Southwest District Assembly.  Our two worship services, 9am and 11am, are separate and self-contained, but also fit together to form one long worship service with a pause in the middle.  Both services are inspired by the DA theme “From the Ground Up.”  Both services will include a little of everything, but the 9am service emphasizes “the Word” with preaching from our Interim Minister, Rev. Hoyt-McDaniels, and several special guests, while the 11am service emphasizes “Music” with congregational singing and music from combined choirs from Unitarian Universalist churches throughout the area under the direction of UUCLB Director of Music, Francisco Ruiz and DA Keynote, Donald Milton III.  Come to one service, or the other, or both!  Children’s RE Programs will be offered during both services.

“Rocks, Resilience, and Turbulent Times” – Rev. Rayna Hamre