If you ask Perry Como, he will tell you it looks a lot like Christmas when you have too much to do, but the landscape is snow-covered and idyllic. Maybe. In 1849, Edward Sears, a Unitarian minister wrote the words to, “It Came Upon a … read more.
Speaker: Worship Associate Corless Smith
Women have played a significant role in the history of the First Unitarian Church of Oakland. Come hear some of their stories and honor their memories. We will also have a chance to celebrate the women who are making history here at UUOakland in the … read more.
The First Principle of Unitarian Universalism affirms the worth and dignity of every person. One of the ways to apply that principle is to learn the practices of affirming aspects of our lives. We will explore the concept of identity, defined as “something without which … read more.
“Authority of the Sacred Whole: How Do We Discern Truths.” Is the whole of US more powerful than any INDIVIDUAL member? What is the authority of our shared ministries? Please join members of the Committee on Shared Ministry – Bev Smrha and Debby Kaplan, and … read more.
“Pathways: Surrendering/Submitting to Something Larger than the Self”. Life is a journey of twist and turns, ups and downs that cannot be totally planned. What do we do when the unexpected, the painful and the mostly uninvited aspects of life, join us on our journeys? … read more.