Worship Videos

  • “Hold Fast to This Light: Our Flaming Chalice” – Rev. Bill Gupton

    Sunday Worship, July 30, 2023

    What is this thing we call a “chalice” that we light with flame each Sunday morning on our altar? What are these logos and stylized images that represent Unitarian Universalism? Why a “flaming chalice,” and what does it mean? Let’s learn a little more about our UU faith today. 

  • “The Word of the Day is…OBSERVE!” – Laci Lee Adams

    Sunday Worship, July 16, 2023.

    The summer is the perfect time to hone our skills of observation. During Sunday’s All Ages Worship service, we will explore how we can fully embrace our senses, self and world through observation. Led by Laci Lee Adams, Director of Lifespan Faith Development, worship will include media clips from Sesame Street and interactive opportunities to use all of our senses to OBSERVE! 

  • “Spiritual Security” – Finn Palmer

    Sunday Worship, July 9, 2023

    Join Finn Palmer for a deep dive into the meaning of safety and security on a physical and spiritual level through the lens of Universalist Unitarianism and loving compassion. This service will include discussions and insights about the importance of spiritual security in our hearts, and the drive to include it in our daily lives. Our goal will be to better understand ourselves and our relationships to our physical and spiritual environments.

  • “Love is a Choice” – Jaime Castle

    Sunday Worship, July 2, 2023

    Over this holiday weekend, we will apply our first principle—that every person has inherent worth and dignity—to our everyday lives. It begs the question: how can we sustain a genuine love for someone or something that we may not necessarily find likable? Bring the whole family for this special message featuring special music!

  • “Generation Omega – and Beyond” – Rev. Bill Gupton

    Sunday Worship, June 11, 2023

    Some of the most fascinating speculation (and study) in the world of sociology revolves around generations. You’ve heard of Boomers and Gen X and Millennials – and their supposed generational traits – but have you considered the possibility that we have reached such a tipping point in the history of our species and our planet that the next two generations hold the key to our survival? Perhaps that’s why they’ve been dubbed Generation Omega and Generation Alpha. A rebirth may be coming. And it’s long overdue, according to our Senior Minister, who is the proud father of an Omegan – but still trying to understand. Okay, Boomer!

  • “Sacred, Whole and Ever-Unfolding” – Rev. Meg McGuire

    Sunday Worship, June 4, 2023

    This year, Pride month commences in the shadow of a troubling wave of anti-trans legislation, with nearly 400 state bills introduced since the beginning of 2023. Unitarian Universalist values compel us to cherish and defend LGBTQIA+ people within our communities and in the wider world. Join Rev. Meg McGuire to reflect on the gifts that diverse expressions of gender and sexuality bring to our communities, as well as to our search for truth and meaning.