Upcoming Services

Sunday, October 4

#VoteLove, #DefeatHate: Organizing for the Long Haul - A National UU Worship Service

The UUFC will join with other UUs in a collective virtual service this week. In these midst of global pandemic, rising authoritarianism, and uprising, lives hang in the balance and the future of democracy is on the line. In response, Unitarian Universalists are answering the call of our faith, building powerful partnerships to mobilize our communities to #VoteLove and #DefeatHate in the 2020 elections. Join UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, the UU the Vote team, and a lineup of powerful, prophetic UU voices as we explore the intersections of faith, justice, and democracy.

Worship Leader: UU the Vote

Sunday, October 11

After Columbus

October 12th is Columbus Day, honoring the man who led Europeans to colonize the New World, which was a long-term event with a sordid history of violence, racism,slavery, genocide, exploitation, and abuse.  As the battle rages over names and statues over how we represent the history of all our people, what are we as religious liberals called to do? How do we decide who is a hero and who is a villain, and respect their inherent worth and dignity while offering our children an honest portrait of those we choose to admire??

Worship Leader: Holley Ulbrich

Worship Associate: Derek Wilmott

Sunday, October 18

The Most Loving Thing

Sometimes I have days that begin with shocking morning news of more violence, degradation and sorrow in the world. I feel the weight of the world on my shoulders. I want to tune out, draw the shades and stay at home. My heart breaks and I timidly ask, "What can I do today, right here, right now, that can bring about actual change?” All I know is ask of myself, "What is the most loving thing I can do in this moment?” This is the first step to crossing that threshold to the new day. Let’s join together as we seek a new day and a new way to be together. 

Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

Sunday, October 25

Welcoming Transformation / Pledge Campaign Kick-Off

Many UU's are uncomfortable with the notion of being "transformed" by religion. Yet, at our core, we have the notion of faith being a journey of change. Let's explore how reclaiming the power or transformation can bring us closer to living out the principles and purposes of our faith.

Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

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Recent Services

Sunday, August 27

#VoteLove, #DefeatHate: Organizing for the Long Haul - A National UU Worship Service

The UUFC will join with other UUs in a collective virtual service this week. In these midst of global pandemic, rising authoritarianism, and uprising, lives hang in the balance and the future of democracy is on the line. In response, Unitarian Universalists are answering the call of our faith, building powerful partnerships to mobilize our communities to #VoteLove and #DefeatHate in the 2020 elections. Join UUA President Susan Frederick-Gray, the UU the Vote team, and a lineup of powerful, prophetic UU voices as we explore the intersections of faith, justice, and democracy.

 

 

Worship Leader: UU the Vote

September 20, 2020

Exploring Keeping Sabbath as UU’s

For the Abrahamic faiths, keeping the “sabbath" offers renewal and time to focus on one's priorities.  How do we, as UU’s, understand keeping sabbath, especially in a time of a pandemic? What if in this surreal time we are to learn what really matters in our life? 

​Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

SUNDAY, September 13

A Renewal of Courage

On Sunday, September 13, our virtual guest in the pulpit will be Rev. Eve Stevens for a service entitled, "A Renewal of Courage." Living in a pandemic often has our fears working overtime. Fear can be an exhausting and depleting emotion, and yet fear is also a surprisingly useful spiritual tool when it comes to renewing our focus on what matters most. It's in learning to listen more closely to our fears that we learn how to respond. It's in the process of responding to our fear that we discover the courage we need to live lives we love.  

​Worship Leader: Rev. Eve Stevens, Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte

SUNDAY, September 6

Celebrating the Daily Rituals of Our Lives

Rituals create meaning & depth in our lives.  They address our personal transformations both large and small.   Our public rituals formally celebrate life passages of births, weddings and funerals. Often unexplored, our private rituals are grounded in the habits and routines of our every day lives.  How is your life’s journey enriched by ritual? How to they bring renewal to your daily life?

​Worship Leader: Rev. Christina Branum-Martin

Worship Associate: Holley Ulbrich

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