SUMMER SERVICE SCHEDULE – ONE SERVICE 10:15 A.M (through August)
Religious Education for Children 10:15 a.m.
Physician and author Rachel Naomi Remen has said, “The wish to control floats like a buoy above the hidden reef of fear. More than any single thing, fear is the stumbling block to life’s agenda.” Former MDUUC intern, Rev. Melissa Thomson, returns to MDUUC July 21 and will speak on the spiritual practice of abiding with the ebb and flow of life’s uncertainties.
We Work for Justice
MDUUC is a rich and varied community with many, many groups pursuing many, many interests and expressions of our living religious tradition. Throughout the year, we offer a multitude of special chances to connect and celebrate together.
- Food and Water
- Housing and Homelessness
- Immigration Reform
- LGBTQ rights
- Interfaith Partnerships
As we enter into the summer, the need for restoring our spirits is clear. Three practices which I hope to engage in this summer are gratitude, contact with the natural…
This is the time of the year when I am tired. So gratitude becomes especially important! Last week I was running late getting to the office because I had taken…
How might Unitarian-Universalists learn from and find value in Japan’s religious traditions - Shintoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism? By conventional Western standards, the Japanese seem hardly religious at all yet…
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Winter Nights Shelter
The Winter Nights Program in Contra Costa County, CA provides a clean, safe, and warm facility at night and a daytime services center during winter for homeless families with children. The program will serve up to 30 persons at any given time.
Sign up to help here.
Living Our Values…
We are creatures of connection, called to build communities: family, friends, nation, world. This community-building is not a passive activity; it takes intention and effort.
– Carol Sue Cain