Upcoming Services

Worship services are held each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. For more info on location, etc. please see our Visitor Info page.

March Theme: Generosity

The Indo-European root of the word generous, gene, means “to give birth.” Generosity creates beloved community, connecting people through a mutuality of giving and receiving. It is a foundational spiritual practice. Each week, a congregation forms the bowl of community into which members place their gifts, and from which members partake of the love, support, and encouragement of others. ​

April Theme: God

“God is... / A three letter word, / Partner in profanity, / Companion of the sublime, / The deepest down / darkness in me, / The rainbow ..., / The mystery beyond all knowing / …The question as inescapable / as it is unanswerable, / …God is the theist’s joy, / The atheist’s foil, / The agnostic’s doubt. / God is a simple / deep dark / Light bright / up-tight, three letter word.”
    —Rev. Richard Gilbert ​

April 5, 2020

An Educated Guess About God

Rev. Kent will talk about his own understanding of God to offer what might be a new perspective and to invite everyone into cultivating their own beliefs.

Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss

April 12, 2020

A Forever Kind of Faith

Theodore Parker’s 1838 sermon “The Transient and the Permanent in Christianity” paved the way for Unitarian Universalist to move from its Christin past into a theologically diverse future. This Easter Sunday we remember the foundational, permanent ideals of Unitarian Universalism.

Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss

April 19, 2020

There Is No “Planet B’’

In celebration of Earth Day, this Sunday we reflect on the many different traditions that remind us of our seventh principle, respect for the interdependent web of all existence, of which we are a part.

Speaker: Rev. Kent Doss

April 26, 2020

Faces of Homelessness

Several years ago, as a practicing psychologist, Dr. Perlman began painting portraits of the people he met on the street outside his office. In our time together, he will share some of what he has learned from getting to know his West Los Angeles neighbors experiencing homelessness and some of the art he has created.

Speaker: Dr. Stuart Perlman


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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Changes

To slow the spread of the virus we have temporarily suspended our usual in-person worship services. We are currently offering online services each Sunday morning.

Please see our home page for more info.