Upcoming Services

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In order to create a meditative and reflective mood, please enter the sanctuary in silence if the prelude music has begun.

The theme for August is Ambiguity and Paradox

July 30- 10:30 am

The Rev. Dr. Kwong

The Rev. Dr. Jonipher Kupono Kwong is a Congregational Life Staff member for the Pacific Western Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association.  He also serves as a Program Leader for the UU College of Social Justice.  Jonipher currently resides in San Pedro, California with his husband of 18 years and their 10 year old cat.

Born and raised in the Philippines, most of his adult life has been spent in California and Hawaii.  He recently served as the minister of the First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, where President Barack Obama went to Sunday School as a child.

Worship Associate: Susan Jagielko

 August 6— 10:30 am

Making Room for Mystery”

Our liberal religion encourages scientific inquiry and truth telling. But, sometimes life’s questions require more poetry in their answers. This Sunday we celebrate the role of ambiguity and paradox in our faith journey.

Rev. Kent
Worship Associate:Connie Purcell

 

August 13— 10:30 am

 “Gender Beyond A Binary” 

Gender is not as simple as we once believed. Even more than a justice issue, the fluidity of gender has powerful lessons to teach us about engaging our full human potential. Life offers an array of experience and expression if we are brave enough to embrace it.

Rev. Kent

Worship Associate: Cherish Jones

 

August 20— 10:30 am

“Sacred Potential”

Technology, thunderstorms, human bodies: The more powerful and complicated something is, the more potential is has to create good or evil in the world. This Sunday we will explore the paradoxical nature of some of the most powerful forces in our lives.

Rev. Kent

Worship Associate: Greg Cline

 

August 27— 10:30 am

Open Pulpit – TBD,

Worship Associate: Dave Weber

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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