Why do we need resilience?

With a deep, life-long commitment to the land and community, Brenda reflects on how and why she has developed resilience to support her aspirations. In her last years she still relies on her motto; “Gather the children, save the world.”

Universalism: Past, Present and Powerful

Reverend Kalen Fristad will focus on the history and significance of the teaching of Universalism. Universalism leads to equality, respect, love and dignity for all, while the teaching of eternal damnation is not merely a harmless untruth – it has serious consequences, perhaps leading to wars, bigotry, oppression and abuse.

Potluck Lunch and UUGP Annual Meeting

We will be gathering at Church and by Zoom at 10:30 and have a shorter service ending at 11:00. At 11:00 we will break for a Potluck Lunch so please bring hearty snacks or dishes to share. At 11:30 we will convene the Annual Meeting to elect our new Board members, review the Budget, and hear from committees. We will need to have a quorum so plan to attend. We look forward to seeing you!

Masks are optional (unless you want to sing, then you must wear a mask) but encouraged in accordance with State rules.

For widest accessibility we live stream our in person Sunday services
Remote speaker indicated by (Zoom) in the description
Meeting ID: 176 735 758
Use this link to sign in, experience, and participate from your computer, tablet or cell phone: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/176735758
To dial in by phone:
Call (669) 900-9128, then enter meeting ID: 176 735 758