Sunday Services Via Zoom Every Week at 11:00am
Our celebration of diversity is reflected in the variety of our Sunday services.
We hope our services enrich your journey.
As we continue to observe A Season For Nonviolence,
we turn to our 2nd UU Principle: Justice, equity, and compassion
in human relations. A popular expression of our deep division is saying that there is no middle ground with hate and bigotry,
but how did we all get so comfortable throwing these accusations around. We must live into our 2nd Principle while we remember
our 1st .
Where is the path back to a more united society, and do we have the courage to travel it? Is it possible to have unity in diversity? When UUs aspire to “justice, equity, and compassion,” can we wish these great things for those with whom we differ?
The spring equinox marks the time when the sun passes over the celestial equator. Wiccans and other neopagans observe the day as Ostara, a festival that celebrates the season’s change from dark winter to brightening spring. Join us as we celebrate this magickal season of rebirth
As we complete our observance of A Season for Nonviolence and our consideration of our 2nd UU Principle (Justice, equity,
and compassion in human relations), we return to the wisdom of the two martyrs who inspire the season – The Mahatma Mohandas K. Gandhi and The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In response to COVID -19
On Site Sunday Services
will return shortly
See Blog Entries on Home Page
For Instruction on Remote Gatherings of UUCFL and
Church of the Larger Fellowship
(Worship Services at 8pm Sundays)
Be safe and be well. See you all again soon