This is the last service presented by Interim Minister Rev. Joy Atkinson. In the sermon, Rev. Joy will wrap up her two-year interim ministry among us and bid us a fond farewell. The service will also celebrate Father’s Day.
Rev. Joy Atkinson
Join us for the annual Flower Ceremony—a distinctly UU ritual instituted in June of 1923 by the Rev. Norbert Capek, minister of the Prague Unitarian Church, and now celebrated widely in Unitarian and UU churches around the world. Please bring a flower for every member … read more.
Our interim minister will sum up the two-year transitional period we have just passed through, address the current state of the congregation, and take a look at what the future may hold for UUCM.
When we are aware of the manifold gifts of life, we feel bathed in grace, as though we are resting in the arms of the cosmic mother. The sermon will explore the meaning of grace in different religious traditions and in our own experience.
The service will celebrate the 48th annual Earth Day and explore the principle of “biophilia”—our human sense of kinship with other living things that share this planet.
What do we want to receive from being in a religious community like the UU Congregation of Marin? What are we prepared to offer one another to make sure that this congregation survives and thrives, and lives into its promising future? The service will flow … read more.
We strive to be in control so much of the time, but sometimes the wisest course of action resides in letting go or letting be. The sermon will explore the spiritual practice of surrender.
In the aftermath of yet another tragic mass shooting, let us take a look at how we can all participate in creating a healthier, more caring community and the world at large.
In coordination with the Black Lives of UU Organizing Collective, Unitarian Universalist congregations throughout the nation are presenting services centering the black voices among us, to continue our shared work in dismantling white supremacy in our denomination. This service will feature the voices of black … read more.