Upcoming Services

Our Traditional Service is held from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each Sunday. For your convenience, we've posted descriptions of this month's sermon topics and speakers.

November 26, 2017: Winter is Coming

Susan Pierson, Guest Speaker

Thanksgiving is over, the rains have returned, and everyday we have a little less daylight than the day before. Christmas, Hanukah, and the winter solstice lie before us. Let us take time this Sunday after Thanksgiving to reflect on what the dark and cool days of late fall and the end of the year mean to you and your families.

​​Susan Pierson is a Master of Divinity student at San Francisco Theological Seminary. Originally from St. Petersburg, Florida (the other Bay Area), she moved to San Anselmo in 2012 from Charlotte, North Carolina. She is pursuing ordination in the Presbyterian Church (USA), and is interested in doing ministry in a variety of settings--prisons, hospitals, city streets, and maybe even churches.

December 3, 2017: Our Paths to Unitarian Universalism

Jerene De Laney and Karen Glikman, Guest Speakers

The UU community is an eclectic mosaic of people from various religious (or non-religious) backgrounds. While we engage in many discussions with one another over coffee, we often never discover the paths that led each of us to Unitarian Universalism.  We all have an illuminating story to tell and we are hoping others will share their journey via a pulpit share.

Jerene was born in Independence, Missouri and grew up in Santa Barbara and Stockton. She moved to San Francisco in the early 1960’s to work at UCSF as a nurse. For most of her career, she worked as a neonatal nurse. Upon retiring, she taught cooking at Home Chef. She also holds B.A.s in Psychology and Women’s Studies.

Karen was born in Oakland, grew up in San Francisco and moved to Marin in 1981. She holds an M.A. in Anthropology and has worked in personal finance for the last 34 years as a Certified Financial Planner, or as she likes to say, a “Practicing Financial Anthropologist.”