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 March

They decided that they would make a commitment to this congregation and to Unitarian Universalism. They knew that commitment meant seeing it through thick and thin.

But they were all in.

New Sermons

The Truth Hurts, Falsehood Destroys

As we observed over the last year, a post-truth society is a pre-tyranny society. Without truth all liberal systems suffer: science, economics, democracy, and religion. Truth is strong but new technologies and siloed communities threaten to overwhelm truth with conspiracy theories and confirmation bias. Our world is facing an epistemological crisis. How do we know the truth?
Love one another written in chalk on sidewalk

Side with Love

In support of Black History Month, let us look at the state of our culture and how we are doing to dismantle our white supremacy culture.

New Blogs

Moving Forward With New Sanctuary

On February 21, 2021 at a special congregational meeting, the OCUUC members present and voting overwhelming approved the motion to move forward with the proposed design and funding plans for the new sanctuary building. Hurray for all of us! This is a momentous step in the history of our congregation and one for which many people have carefully and diligently worked to reach this point and outline the path forward. So many people have given generously of their time, talent and…

Choir in These Times

In this edition of Music Notes, I want to call out and honor the choir for their hard work and perseverance during this quarantine period. As you probably have heard, singing is one of the superspreader activities, and singing will probably be the last thing to come back on board when we think about returning (someday…). The choir and I have been dealing with that sadness for almost a year now. Maybe you have too. Do you miss singing together…


Tom Loughrey, one of the fabulous “patriarchs” (and I say that with admiration) of this congregation, once told me that 30+ years ago, he and his wife Nancy sat down to decide what commitments they were going to make in their lives – for themselves, their children and to better their community. I’m sure they had a lot of different option – clubs to join, nonprofits to support, etc. But together, they decided that they would make a commitment to…

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


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.