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April Services

Sunday mornings, 10:00 AM

April 6th:  Rev. Dennis McCarty will conclude “Bible Study for Skeptics” with “If English Was Good Enough For Jesus, It’s Good Enough for Me.” It was a long road from the Hebrew Scriptures written down by Jewish priests and the koine Greek Scriptures written by Paul and other Christians—to the Bible the Puritans read. Or the so-called King James Bible. Or any Bible any American reads today.  People got arrested, even executed, for the crime of translating Scripture into English. Rev. Dennis will talk about the long struggle for an English language Bible.
April 13th:  Rev. Dennis McCarty will celebrate Palm Sunday with “What’s a Prophet and Why Does It Matter?”  Sages, seers, and gurus abound in religious traditions around the world—but it seems as though the Western religious tradition is uniquely full of prophets. From Abraham to Muhammad, from Ezekiel to Jesus, most Western religious texts are written by or about prophets. What does that mean? What’s special about a prophet and what can we learn from a prophet, as opposed to any other religious sage?
April 20th:  As we celebrate the Spring and Easter themes of new life and renewal, our Ministerial Intern, Shari Woodbury, will lead a service about “The Forming Edge of Our Faith.” What do we want Religious Education and Exploration to do for our children, and for ourselves? How does faith formation fit into our “search for meaning and connection,” our aspirations as a congregation to celebrate life, support spiritual growth, and build the world we dream of? Join us as we explore – in story, sermon and song – what the flourishing of faith might look like for us at UUCCI.
April 27th:  "Earth Stewardship" Our Unitarian Universalist Principles affirm that, from fruit flies to giant sequoia trees, all life is interwoven and interconnected. That interdependence moves us to a sense of awe, and invites us to care for the life that moves among us. Today, as a community of all generations, we celebrate our place in this earthly home, with its skies and seas, and its blue-green hills. RE/E Director Ryan Keller and UUCCI Intern Shari Woodbury will lead our spring Multi-generational service.

About the UUCCI

With reason and love as our guides, and without dogma or creed, we are a religious community dedicated to the free and responsible search for meaning and interconnectedness. We gather to provide a sanctuary for diversity, to provide education for our children and ourselves, to promote social responsibility and justice, to celebrate life, and to be inspired to be our best selves.

We are officially recognized as a LGBTQ Welcoming Congregation.