Previous worship services are archived below.
Every day we search for our own truth and expressing it. Yet, somehow it often gets misinterpreted! How can we allow others to be their true selves and for ourselves to shine? Rev. Sian
What is the truth? Who or what sources do we trust with so much information thrown at us everyday? And how do we find the truth in ourselves? Rev. Sian
Rev. James Ishmael Ford and Rev. Sian will tell stories of salvation through their spiritual practices
Join speakers Dale Osborne, Barbara Schilling and Jeanne Criss for “A Walk in the Woods: Exploring Salvation and UUism”
On this Easter Sunday, let’s explore this idea of “sanctuary.” It no longer just means a place of protection, but providing spiritual and emotional support for those who are afraid and disheartened in this world. What are the different ways that OCUUC might provide safety, salvation and sanctuary in today’s world? Rev. Sian
The Unitarians believed that salvation was about sacrifice of Jesus, but about growth as human beings. What might we learn from these 19th Century Unitarians today? Rev. Sian
Join guest speaker Dave Carlson for an exploration of the topic: Salvation in 3 Easy Steps – with a special guest appearance by famous Universalist, P.T.Barnum Is salvation a “wounded” concept that just needs a UU refresh, like we have done with Grace, Faith and Forgiveness? or it is a concept like “Blood Sacrifice” and “Inquisition”…
Letting go of “stuff” in our lives is just one way to simplify and de-stress. Sometimes, though it also means letting go of relationships or ways of being that no longer serve. Rev. Sian. Townhall meeting to follow the service.
Dave Carlson won the sermon topic for an auction item. He’d like Rev. Sian to answer the question: “Why do smart people sometimes believe dumb things?” Oh, this is going to be fun, people! Rev. Sian. Townhall meeting to follow the service.