Join us at 9:15 and 11:15 am every sunday
We are at 1535 Santa Barbara Street, at the corner of Arrellaga.
The theme for January is “Intention”
“It is not enough to be busy. So are the ants. The question is: What are you busy about?”
– Henry David Thoreau
Sunday January 7
“No One Shall Compel Them” | Rev. Julia Hamilton
In 1568, in the city of Torda, in what is now Romania, a religious gathering presided over by Unitarian King John Sigismund proclaimed an edict of religious tolerance that was groundbreaking for its time. 450 years later, what does religious tolerance mean today?
Sunday January 14
“The MeToo Revelation” | Rev. Julia Hamilton
With the explosion of people sharing their stories in the “MeToo” movement and high-profile harassment cases in the headlines, 2017 looked like a watershed moment for the issue of sexual harassment and assault. With the second Women’s March coming up on January 20th, we will also be taking time in this service to honor the legacy of Dr. King and public protest movements for change.
Sunday, January 21
“The Whole Congregation” | Rev. Julia Hamilton
Generational theory is all the rage these days, offering theories about what divides us based on our age group. But what about what unites us? Why is creating a multigenerational community so important in an increasingly age-segregated culture?
Sunday, January 28
“Sharing Power” | Charla Bregante, Worship Leader
Gregory J. Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries, said “Kinship–not serving the other, but being one with the other . . . There is a world of difference in that.” This is the spirit of Mujeres Apoyando Mujeres (Women Helping Women), a grassroots community group started by the recipients of the first Women’s Empowerment Fund grant.