Past Worship Services

Gratitude

May 19, 2024 11:00AM
Rev. Scott Neely - UUCS Minister

Intergenerational Flower Communion
RE Volunteer Appreciation

Celebration of Sybil Argintar's Service with Our Congregation
Choir & Trio

Annual Meeting

What a Sunday this will be! Please bring flowers for us to create a beautiful arrangement together at the front of the Sanctuary. We will give thanks for all of our RE volunteers, celebrate eight years of service with our congregation by our retiring Director of Religious Education, hear music to move us all, and keep the party going straight through our Annual Meeting to the potluck afterward. Bring something to share and come celebrate!

Everything Changes

May 12, 2024 11:00AM
Rev. Scott Neely - UUCS Minister

How joyous and kind!
In my next life, let me be
A butterfly afield
(Issa)

Everything will change
Us too.
Maybe for the better —

Accompanying Each Other Through Life

May 5, 2024 11:00AM
Rev. Scott Neely - UUCS Minister

Child Dedication and Graduating Seniors Bridging Ceremony
Music by Carver Middle School Chamber Ensemble

This Sunday, we will dedicate our youngest children and celebrate our high school seniors as they graduate into a new phase of life. Come to encircle these beloved members of our community, to welcome and affirm them, and to send them into the future.

Wandering Wading Wondering-West Africa

April 28, 2024 11:00AM
Guest Speaker - Denise German

Denise German is a deeply engaged leader in our congregation, leading us through the Mission-Vision-Covenant process as part of the steering team and bringing her experience, learning, wisdom, truth-telling, and compassion to bear on our life together in many, many ways. She has served as President of our sister UU congregation in Savannah, GA. Come hear her remarkable reflections on her six-week journey to Senegal this past year. She writes:

"I know what I have been told, I know what I have read, and I know what I have visualized about Africa, by way of western culture. To see with my eyes, touch with my hands, and feel beneath my feet Africa, this ancient land is reinterpreted and filled with new meaning and promise for me. Come share in my experience!"

Justice for Earth Day

April 21, 2024 11:00AM
Guest Speaker - Rev. Nathan Woodliff-Stanley, SCUUJA Executive Director

Celebration of Earth Day
Choir

What do climate change, environmental concern and Earth Day have to do with justice? Our interdependence with each other and with the web of life help to illuminate this connection.

Six-Hundred-Year-Old Trees, One-Thousand-Year-Old Lichen

April 14, 2024 11:00AM
Rev. Scott Neely - UUCS Minister & Rev. Anne Garner - UUCS Assistant Minister

Churchwide Retreat at The Mountain

But the nameless, the anonymous.
How, Poet, can you still invoke it? — I praise.

(Rainer Maria Rilke)

We will hold a simultaneous morning service both at the church retreat at the Mountain and at UUCS. Wherever you are, gather in the sacred grove of these places, this people, and feel the interconnectedness that joins us over space and time.

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