Speaker: Rev. Michelle Ma

On Liberation

This year our Pride Sunday falls on Juneteenth! What can we learn about freedom and liberation from the African-American community? From the LGBTQ+ community? From the people who exist in both communities at once?

The Fifth Principle

The right to conscience and use of the democratic process is not lifted up as often as our First and Seventh Principles. Perhaps it seems strange that it’s a Principle at all. But our Annual Meetings are spiritual work, as much as any other work … read more.

Gratitudes and Welcomes

It has been a long, hard two years for the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship, as we weathered over two years on Zoom, during a pandemic, while waiting for our new sanctuary to finish construction. Now, it is time to give thanks to all the volunteers who … read more.

Science and the Divine

Science and religion have often been portrayed as mutually exclusive realms at total odds with each other. But what if science is just another window into the divine? How does science bring us closer to wonder and mystery?

A Musical Celebration

Guest minister Yuri Yamamoto will lead a musical journey on love and community. Bring your whole selves, family, and friends to this intergenerational worship. Expect to be surprised, deepened, and uplifted!

Yuri Yamamoto (they/she) lives in Raleigh, North Carolina and is a hospital chaplain, musician, expressive … read more.

The Labor of Creation

During our first worship service all together in our new sanctuary, we will contemplate the pain and messiness that comes with creating something new. We are in the process of moving into a new building and creating a new community. What awaits us?

On Radical Welcome

Our sign says “A Welcoming Community.” We like to say “We welcome everyone.” But do we really welcome everyone? Who are the people who might not feel welcome in our community, and why? And: do we really want to welcome everyone?

A Communion of Flowers

Flower Communion is a uniquely Unitarian Universalist ritual celebrating beauty, diversity, and community. We encourage you to bring your own flowers, and leave bearing different flowers! (And don’t worry if you forget to bring some flowers—there are always enough.)

NOTE: This will be an IN PERSON … read more.

The Book of Mistakes

Everyone makes mistakes. We all know it, and as long as it’s other people making mistakes, we often forgive them quite readily. But we often see our own mistakes as unforgivable. But who would we be, without our mistakes?

A Springtime Anniversary

It’s been two years of the pandemic. Two years since the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship closed its doors at 1300 Evans…and we are looking, at last, at reopening at 2900 Bridges…soon. We mark this sad and yet also hopeful anniversary on the day of the Spring … read more.