Weaving Our Lives Together

Circle of Oak is lifting up Beltane and Mother’s Day in an offering called “Weaving Our Lives Together.” The work will center around honoring the ribbon-weaving dances of Beltane as a mode for personal healing work and spiritual development. Please join us in this ritual space to focus in on what intentions we wish to weave into our lives and communities in the coming weeks.

You can find this pre-recorded video worship service this coming Sunday on Rev. Theresa Soto’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChaDghGyV5KwlZYP9ciL4jQ

Embracing Meditation

We continue to do the embracing meditation on Sunday mornings via Facebook Live on the First Unitarian Church of Oakland Facebook page.

At 10:20 AM, the meditation will start and you will be able to read others’ comments and put the things you’re thinking of with care in your own comments.

Click this link when it’s time: https://www.facebook.com/uuoakland/

If you don’t use Facebook, but you would like to include names or words, please feel free to email them or text them before Sunday at 10 AM, with EMBRACING MEDITATION in the subject line.

text: 510-473-7686

Children and Youth Events

A password is required. If you need it, please contact Rev. Sheri Prud’homme at revsheri@uuoakland.org.

All events can be found on Zoom at:

Children’s Chapel
10:00-10:25 with Rev. Sheri

Club UU (6th – 9th grade)
10:30-11:30 with Maya Ibrahim-Bartley

High School Youth Group
12:00-1:00 with Amy Carlson and the youth advisor team

Coffee Hour

Let’s have coffee together at 11:30. You bring your drink or snack and get on Zoom. We begin with a couple of sing-along songs.

Join Zoom Meeting: