Worship Videos

  • “All Ages Halloween Service” – Laci Lee Adams

    Sunday Worship, October 29, 2023.

    Our all-ages service celebrates Halloween. We will also hear singing from our new children’s choir.

    Videos that were viewed during service:

    Carlos Vives – Colombia, Mi Encanto (From “Encanto”) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JOL2KS5BgM0

    Stephanie Beatriz, Olga Merediz, Encanto – Cast – The Family Madrigal (From “Encanto”) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yp5nPGWWMh4

    Stephanie Beatriz – Waiting On A Miracle (From “Encanto”) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKKrfr4To14

  • “What’s at Stake” – Rev. Bill Gupton

    Sunday Worship, October 22, 2023.

    Elections matter. Even – perhaps especially – local elections. In a couple of weeks, we’ll be going to the polls yet again, and there’s a lot at stake. What will our children be taught (and what will they remain ignorant of)? What personal rights and freedoms will we (and won’t we) have, moving forward? Be an informed voter. Vote your values. UU the Vote!

  • “The Choice of Compassion” – Jen Ciolino

    Sunday Worship, October 15, 2023.

    In this service we will explore the transformative power of compassion in our daily interactions. Choosing compassion not only enables us to view situations from a more positive perspective, but also enriches our internal emotional and spiritual journey. Join us as we delve into how making this choice is not just an act of love towards others, but also a rewarding way to engage with the world.

  • “No One Gets Out of Here Alive” – Rev. Bill Gupton

    Sunday Worship, October 8, 2023.

    We are all “death positive.” Each of us is born with an expiration date – yet none of us knows when it is. So we are left to wonder, “what is the meaning of life?” Perhaps developing our mortality awareness (memento mori) is the answer.

  • “Seeing and Believing” – Rev. Mitra Jafarzadeh

    Sunday Worship, October 1, 2023

    For centuries, religion offered inspiration and funding for “great art.” In our more cynical and secular era, how does art function for those who seek the spirit of love and justice? Beauty can shape our spirit. As autumn deepens, and nature paints the trees in russet hues, take some time to revel in the beauty we share.

    Join Rev. Mitra Jafarzadeh to explore the relationship between beauty and faith; art and awe; humanity and the creative spirit. We will also hear music from our wonderful choir.

  • “An Antidote to Anxiety” – Rev. Bill Gupton

    Sunday Worship, September 10, 2023

    We live in very stressful times. For each of us, anxiety – both apparent, and subtle – can be a dangerous and debilitating part of daily existence. No one is immune. This morning, let us find a refuge – literally, a sanctuary – with one another, in loving and supportive community. With music (including from our beloved Choir), words and silence, we will seek an antidote to anxiety.