Join us for Sunday Services at 10:30 every Sunday and explore what, or rejoice in, what being a Unitarian Universalist is all about. Scroll down for the schedule of upcoming services.
Evensong is a service by you and for you. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday we get together and present what inspires us be it music, poetry meditations, readings, etc. All are welcome.
Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans is an Earth-based Spirituality group open to all who wish to learn and share the Great Mystery/Spirit and the many paths and faces of Paganism.
9185 Monte Vista Ave,
Tel: (909) 626 - 0520
"...to seek knowledge in freedom to the end that all souls shall grow in harmony with the divine. Thus do we covenant with each other"
– Monte Vista UU Congregation
Trips down memory lane come without guarantees. Sometimes the memories are happy ones. They may be painful or bittersweet. We pause on Memorial Day weekend to remember those who have lost their lives serving our country. We pause to note that there are many ways to serve one's country. We remember, too, that forces of social change spring from deep frustration with the status quo. Fires of unrest burn in our country. We will explore themes of service in many of its forms. We will remember those who died in military uniform and also in the uniform of the street.
Rev. Ann Schranz
This service will mark the date in June, 1975 when I was awarded preliminary fellowship in our ministry by the UUA. Starting with a newly certified reverend until now—30 years of active ministry and ten years of emeritus standing. And what a journey it has been! In that time I have experienced many chapters and changes in our liberal religious movement and in myself. It has been a joyful struggle. I am so happy to have this time to express my gratitude for the gift of standing by and for this faith as lay person and professional. May life has been changed by being a Unitarian Universalist, as I hope yours has or will be also.
Reverend Emerita Ellen Livingston
This is a celebration of music as the choir sings its and the congregations favorites of the year. There will be lots of music and sing alongs as well as members of the congregation and choir speaking on what music means to them, a meditation on silence and sound, and a short presentation by Worship Committee Co-chair Abraham Peraza on Music as Worship.
Abraham Peraza, Lay Leader