Many Different Beliefs, One Loving Community

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Location Details

2845 Mesa Verde Drive East Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Sundays 10:30 am (online)

  • (714) 55-OCUUC

Worship Theme for May

The Worship theme for May is Story, and you will find this thread all through our services

New Sermons

One Year Later

The parallels between the COVID and AIDS pandemics, and how open transparent debate is not always a good thing.

How to be a Spiritual Jedi

When Star Wars first hit the screen, it gave people a new way of understanding the Holy. And aren’t Jedi, just cool? Come see how we can all learn to be spiritual Jedi!

The 8th Principle

The Unitarian Universalist Association (our denomination) is currently wrestling with the adoption of an 8th Principle (we currently have 7). Hear what is being proposed and why. The Unitarian Universalist Association (our denomination) is currently wrestling with the adoption of an 8th Principle (we currently have 7).

New Blogs

A Weaving Metaphor

I am grateful to the Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (BVUUF) for the content in this week’s blog post. The congregation completed a 70-week renovation of their church facility in 2020. For more information about their project, go to https://www.bvuuf.org Our UU 7th Principle is “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.” Creating and maintaining a tight-knit, high performing, quality relationship between our Sanctuary Construction Committee, our architect and our contractor is like…

Demolition Materials: Recycle & Reuse

I was recently asked what will happen to the demolished building materials that remain on site when the Suite 4 structure comes down to make room for our new sanctuary. During a Sanctuary Construction Committee Zoom meeting a few weeks ago with David Keitel, our lead architect from domusstudio, we asked how the process works in this regard. The architect and building contractor work together as a team to segregate various building materials such as metal, wiring, concrete, and wood…

Choosing Music Intentionally

Earlier this year, I decided to make sure that at least one song in every Sunday’s service is composed or performed by a Person of Color (POC). I am the Editor of the AUUMM, and I have created a filter to identify songs created by POC. As part of that work, I have added songs deliberately to that database that are by black people. I have gone out of my way to find lists of black composers and their pieces…

A vision for our future, let’s make it happen

Giving

Many of us give of our time, many of us give of our resources, most of us do both. We are what we can do together.