Topic: Community

Bold UU Women Often Make History

Led by Rev. Christine Dance, with Worship Associate Gary Ezzell. On the last Sunday of the Month of Women and of our Stewardship drive, let us look back at the strong women of UUCP’s history and the legacy that they left us…so we can consider … read more.

I to We

Led by Gary Ezzell, with Worship Associate Sam Kirkland

At the heart of every religious and spiritual movement is the recognition that our sense of “separateness” is partially illusory. Nationally, we may be beginning the next 100-year cycle of emphasizing community over individualism. Let’s acknowledge that … read more.

Community #UUAnywhere

Led by Rev. Christine Dance, with Worship Associate Amy McKlindon

As we kick off our Stewardship campaign, we will talk about the revolutionary feats we’ve accomplished in this unbelievable year and dream about what that will mean for our community in the next year. We look … read more.

Defund The Police: Let’s Break It Down

Many of us hadn’t heard the phrase #DefundThePolice until the protests and revolution this Spring and Summer. Let’s break it down and see how it fits with our thoughts of Unitarian Universalism.

Rev. Christine and UUJAZ provide several resources:

Mijente, Sunrise, SONG, and Critical Resistance are hosting … read more.

Spiritual Care in the Age of Corona

We are providing a single virtual worship Sundays at 10:30 AM, until future notice. We will include standards of the service—music, together time, joys & sorrows, a message from me, although probably in slightly different ways. We hope you will join us so we can … read more.

Saturday Meditation Gathering

From Brother Richard Hendrick, a priest in Ireland, who wrote this yesterday

Yes there is fear.
Yes there is isolation.
Yes there is panic buying.
Yes there is sickness.
Yes there is even death.
They say that in Wuhan after so many years of … read more.

We are You too

The community at UUCP is central to many of our faith paths, and our campus itself is a sacred place to many. For some, it is a place to disconnect from our weekday lives, but for the staff of UUCP, professional lives, personal beliefs, and … read more.