Harambee! This Service For All Ages is not to be missed. Worship Associates Corless Smith and Tara Miller Co-Leaders explore what Kwanzaa means to our UU Congregation from varied backgrounds with an embodied meditation. We will explore the meaning of Ujamaa-Cooperative Economics, in our daily … read more.
Speaker: Corless Smith
Avid gardeners Corless Smith and Katrinca Ford team up in the last lay led service of the summer. Corless shares her thoughts on gardening as a spiritual path while Katrinca considers that part of the life cycle between death and rebirth: Compost! Susan Keiter provides … read more.
As Unitarian Universalists, our first principle states that we are all worthy. At First Unitarian Church of Oakland, we proclaim, “All Are Welcome and All Are Worthy. For both statements to be a truth; we must embrace differences that divide us. Big Question: How do … read more.
“RISE-UP for Climate Justice”. What do our children, economic equality and racial justice have to do with climate change?All are welcome for worship as we explore the intersections of various oppressions and the deadly impacts of global warming. Kristen Tam a member of Youth vs. … read more.