Speaker: Rev. Michelle Ma

Me and We: The Individual and the Collective

Rev. Michelle reflects on the individualist culture of the United States and Unitarian Universalism and how that has clashed at times with the collectivist culture of her upbringing. We all have a lot to learn from each other: how might Unitarian Universalism benefit from collectivism? … read more.

The Eighth Principle

Justice is a journey, and we’re not always sure how we’re going to get there or whether we’ll get there at all. In this service, members of the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship will reflect on their personal journeys with racial justice and anti-oppression work, and also … read more.

Teaching and Learning

Unitarian Universalists love learning new things, and many of us also love to teach and even worked as teachers. What does learning have to do with spirituality? What can church teach us about ourselves and how to be with each other?

Renewing the Covenant

The last line of our covenant exhorts us to “forgive ourselves and each other, and begin again in love.” As we look at a new year, brimming with new possibilities, let’s examine how we begin again in love.

Renewing the Covenant

The last line of our covenant exhorts us to “forgive ourselves and each other, and begin again in love.” As we look at a new year, brimming with new possibilities, let’s examine how we begin again in love.

Christmas Eve – 5:00 PM

Join us for our annual Christmas Eve service, where we celebrate the birth of hope in the darkness, revisit a familiar story from our Christian roots, and sing familiar songs.

The Longest Night

At this turning of the seasons, we examine our relationships with darkness and light and celebrate the return of the sun. What lessons have we learned from the darkness?

Not Made to be a Crumb

In a world where there’s so much regret about the past and so much anxiety about the future, how do we remain in the present? How do we seize joy, when we suddenly and unexpectedly come across it?

Waiting for Hope

As the nights grow long and we enter an inward season, let’s take time to reflect on hope—and also on hopelessness. After all, sometimes, hope feels very hard to find.

A Story of Thanks Giving

In this special multigenerational service, all ages can join in celebrating and reflecting on a holiday that encourages us to give thanks, be grateful, and remember what is truly important to us…while also making room for the many complicated stories that surround this time of … read more.