Our UU Principles affirm that all of life is interdependent and interconnected. That interdependence invites us into a relationship with the Earth of compassion and care. UUCCI adults and children will lead us in celebrating the rebirth that spring brings and the power of honoring … read more.
On one of Rev. Cable’s first Sundays at UUCCI, he shared that his favorite shape was the circle. At UUCCI and throughout our lives, we find ourselves in circles; circles of friends, family, groups at UUCCI, or in other places. Participants from this year’s Chalice … read more.
Our mission statement states that “UUCCI is a community of hope and courage, where we celebrate love and work for justice.” To embody this mission, we will explore what it means to be a religious community where hope and courage meet.
“Come, come, whoever you are.” Each of us, week after week, are invited into this community. Invitation is a powerful theme that we will explore this morning, while considering where life is calling each of us to in this emerging Spring.
Sometimes it’s just hard to be generous with others and even harder with ourselves. When we are running on empty, when we feel like our wells have just dried up, how do we find the strength and purpose to move forward as individuals and as … read more.