Sermons by Rev. Sian Wiltshire
This service is the Unitarian Universalist multi-generational tradition of “Flower Communion.” If you are new to Unitarian Universalism, it’s a lovely tradition about embracing our diversity of thought and person by building a bouquet of flowers, with each person bringing a flower to add to the bouquet. We also lift up the bridging of our youth to adulthood this day.
OCUUC has been highly successful this last year – in not just maintaining, but in thriving. We did this because we didn’t stop to bemoan our situation, but dug in and embraced the changes that needed to happen at the beginning of the pandemic. Success isn’t about having the most money or the biggest church. Success can be measure by how well we deal with change and embrace new information.
Rev. Sian Wiltshire gives examples of story, and we’re encouraged to share our stories.
OCUUC and our sibling churches in Orange County celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of our faith tradition! Various ministers, including Rev. Sian, speaking.
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 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).
Each week we acknowledge that our church property rests on Acjachemen and Tongva land. What more can we do to support indigenous rights in OC?
Easter is all about transformation. On this Easter Sunday, let’s talk about how we can grow the size of our souls – what transformation is all about.
The Free Press has played a vital and important role in our democracy since the beginning of this country. How do we combat lies, conspiracy theories, and exaggerations that threaten our democracy?
As we launch our annual pledge drive, let’s take a look at where our congregation is now and where it is going.
How does someone, or even a nation, make reparations for the wrongs of the past? Can we ever? It may not be as hard as you think!
What does it take to create a Beloved Community as envisioned by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.?