Speaker: Rev. Theresa Novak

Pride and Joy

We end the Month of May with joy as we anticipate the Pride celebrations of June.  In this service we will reflect on joy and also the special blessing of being gay.  Sympathy for straight folks will be offered, but the true joy for all of us humans is the opportunity to be our authentic selves.  

Learning to Swim

In-Person and Online Worship Sunday Service by Zoom This Week. 10:30 am: Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 839 1215 4367Passcode: 153991 One tap mobile +16699009128,,83912154367# US (San Jose)+16694449171,,83912154367# US Saturday Circle 9:00 amZoom Connection | Passcode: 310760 Sunday Circle 9:00 amZoom connection | Meeting ID: 867 2739 4637, Passcode: 663369 Phone: 669 900 9128 This January, in the long stretch of … Continue reading Learning to Swim

The Curse of Perfection

In Person and Online Worship Sunday Service by Zoom This Week. 10:30 am:Zoom connection | Dial in: 669-900-6833 | Meeting ID: 444 532 079 Saturday Circle 9:00 am Zoom Connection | Meeting ID: 881 5347 9350, Passcode: 074974 Sunday Circle 9:00 amZoom connection | Meeting ID: 867 2739 4637, Passcode: 663369 Phone: 669 900 9128 Our Affiliated Minister, … Continue reading The Curse of Perfection

How Full Is Your Glass?

Online Worship Sunday Service by Zoom Continues This Week. 10:30 am:Zoom connection | Dial in: 669-900-6833 | Meeting ID: 444 532 079 Saturday and Sunday Circle 9:00 am: Zoom Connection | Passcode: 756339| Dial in 669 900 9128 US | Meeting ID: 859 0275 5119 We are in the midst of a physical drought, but what about your spirit?  … Continue reading How Full Is Your Glass?

It’s Great to be Gay! ?

June was Pride month, but time seems to be flowing very differently these days, so this year we are celebrating it a week later. Especially in these challenging times, it is important to lift up the fact that we are all worthy of love and that love is what makes everything worthwhile. —————————————

Searching for the Source ?

Unitarian Universalism is different than many other religious traditions in part because individual Unitarian Universalists are encouraged to explore weighty theological questions for ourselves and to draw our own conclusions about what we believe about God, the nature and meaning of existence, and what happens to us after we die. This search isn’t a completely … Continue reading Searching for the Source ?

A Curious Faith

We all have a religious past, even those of us who did not grow up in any faith tradition. Our spiritual journeys can have many twists and turns. As travelers on that path, we can carry with us bags full of our pasts, rarely opened or examined. What happens if we unpack those bags in … Continue reading A Curious Faith