Upcoming Services

COVID-19 Update: Worship Services Move Online

Our doors are closed but our hearts are open! In this time of social distancing, we welcome you to participate in all of our worship services via teleconferencing.  For information on how to connect,  please email us during the week at office@swuu.org.

Jan 3
Imagining 2021
Rev. Meg Mathieson

Happy New Year! Please join us as we look toward the future with excitement and imagination. All are welcome as we set out intentions for the new year.

Jan 10
Heart and Hearth
Rev. Meg Mathieson
Guest speaker: Rev. Renee Ruchotzke

A post-COVID world might never look like our old ideas of “normal.” Imagine with us what environmentalism can look like as a way forward in these times. Guest speaker Rev. Renee Ruchotzke will speak on how looking to our past can help us imagine a bright future for the whole planet.

Jan 17
MLK Day 2021
Worship Leader: Rev. Meg Mathieson
Guest speaker: Rob H.

In a month where the theme is Imagination, we need look no further than the imaginings of the great dreamer himself, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther king Jr. Join us as special guest Rob H. from the Party for Socialism and Liberation gives us hope for a future that looks like Dr. King’s dream.

Jan 24
Four Ways to Change the World
Worship Leader: Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson

Lawyer and social justice activist Bryan Stevenson posits that there are four things we need to do to change the world. This Sunday, we explore how we, as people who are called to work for justice and equity, can create change in the world. The Rev. Kimberly Quinn Johnson is from the UU Congregation of the South Fork, Bridgehampton, NY.

Jan 31
Imagining Intersectionality
Worship Leader: Rev. Meg Mathieson
Guest speaker: Darius Stubbs from 2015’s TEDx Cleveland

On the last day of January 2021, let’s really stretch our imaginations by looking at what the heck this thing called “Intersectionality” is. It turns out that every social justice issue, from the environment to gay rights to Black Lives Matter are deeply interrelated with each other. Join us as guest speaker Darius Stubbs from 2015’s TEDx Cleveland helps us to imagine intersectionality.