We explore “the forces that create and uphold life,” renewing us during these trying times. What is your life’s source of awe and purpose? How do you experience and share “transcending mystery and wonder”? Congregational Meeting follows.
Speaker: Betsy Taub
Earthquakes (and pandemics) happen! Bay Area residents probably have a well-stocked earthquake or emergency kit, but what do we pack for the spiritual earthquakes, the unexpected events that shake our souls? Today we consider how we might prepare for the next (or current) Big One.
Our annual Flower Communion features a ritual celebrating beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. This year’s ritual will offer unique ways for us to bring our “flowers” to one another and celebrate the interdependent web of existence of which we are a part, our Seventh Principle!
In today’s Memorial Day observance, we look at the prevailing, permanent presence of war, remember lives lost, and hold a COVID-19 Grief and Gratitude Ritual. Please have a candle available nearby, and some small stones or rocks to commemorate those who have died.
As we continue to live through the pandemic, we consider God / The Divine — April’s theme — in relation to three major religious holidays this month. With Passover starting Wednesday, Betsy Taub shares reflections on past Passovers and their present-day applicability. Rev. Ben helps us consider the monthly theme’s relevance and meaning in our own lives, and in our community.
What is a Unitarian Universalist understanding about the significance of Jesus? Why is the birth of this one person so important? And why might it be important to you, especially to those of you who are emphatically not Christian? A service for all people about … read more.
This service will honor the Jewish high holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. We will explore the ways we miss the mark and the ways we return to wholeness through forgiveness.
This worship service will consider the epidemic nature of Loneliness — whether among millennials, the geriatric set, or other folks in between. Causes of so much loneliness and some recommendations as to how to combat it will be suggested. Loneliness is not something to hide … read more.
In this holiday-observance service, we remember our honored dead, commission our Pastoral Care Team, and celebrate our children with a Story for All Ages.
Video Highlights from Sunday Service. Sermon by The Reverend Ben Meyers. Choir sings “A Civil Rights Necrology by Eric Tuan, and “I … read more.
As we near the end of the eight-day observance of Hanukkah – The Festival of Lights, we will learn about the miracle that this holiday celebrates, and talk about modern-day miracles. We’ll light the menorah, and explore the meanings of this holiday’s rituals and traditions, … read more.