WomenSpirit is Coming! Sept 17-19

 

Are you already tired of the heat? Plan to get away into the cool Sacramento Mountains for WomenSpirit this fall, September 17-19. The Sacramento Camp has a brand new classroom building which we will be able to use this year. Our theme is Emerging: Finding Your Way and our workshops will help you do just that as we emerge finally from COVID restrictions.

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Letter to UUCLC Community on Civil Disobedience

January 6, 2021

The events we witnessed today at the U.S. Capitol were shocking; an affront to U.S. democracy. As a person who loves this country and its ideals, watching insurgents climbing the Capitol walls, breaking glass, and breaching the congressional chambers, I kept faith that the U.S. Congress’s work would continue. I didn’t hope in vain.

Unitarian Universalists are not strangers to civil unrest. Our forbearer, Henry David Thoreau, wrote “On the Duty of Civil Disobedience.” His essay was a blueprint for standing up to unjust governance. The protests today were against just government. We Unitarian Universalists must demand accountability for the attempted disruption of Congress’s constitutional duty.

I encourage you to stand up against the insurrection and political grandstanding. Such efforts undermine our democracy. Take time and write to our newly elected U.S. Representative, Yvette Harrell. Express your views regarding her decision to protest the Electoral College certification process.

We should remember today for a historical event: the State of Georgia electing its first African American U.S. Senator, the Rev. Raphael Warnock. Instead, we’ll recall the violence, death, and disruption of the democratic process. We Americans must do better. We owe it to ourselves and the world to model fair, transparent, and lawful governance that protects its citizens.

Let us maintain faith in our elected leaders and hold them accountable. Let us keep faith in our Unitarian Universalist principles and values. Let us encourage UU leaders to continue speaking truth to power. And may we unite, as people of faith, as one nation, one with the other, in love, compassion, and justice.

Ashe, Amen, and shall it be,

 

Rev. Xolani Kacela

Minister, Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces

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Love Me In My Shame
UUA Skinner Sermon Finalist-
Rev. Xolani Kacela and Sally Atkinson
August 1, 2021 at 10:00 am MT
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August 1, 2021 – Love Me In My Shame

This sermon explores and names shame. The sermon was a finalist for the 2020 Skinner Sermon Awards.

Rev. Yadenee Hailu

July 18, 2021 – Rev. Phil Schulman

Universal Salvation is the root of one of our two core theological traditions. Rev Phillip Schulman will present the “submerger” and reemergence of Universalism.

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You and your family can grow your spiritual lives from the inside out here. Give us a try! You'll discover life-changing worship, meditation, prayer, singing, labyrinth, small groups all awaiting you and your family.
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Spirituality

Connection

You'll find our services live streamed on Sundays at 10am using our Zoom platform. Be a part of a love-driven and transformative community.
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Involvement

You can be highly engaged in this beloved community. The auction is coming soon. Get involved! We envision a local community and world free from oppression and injustice, where all can realize their full human rights.
Learn more

Sunday Activities

Onsite worship and Roundtable are suspended during the Covid-19 emergency. You can attend via Zoom.

Upcoming Activities

  • Choir Rehearsal
    • Tue, Aug 3, 2021 at 6:45 PM
      Adult Activity
      Edu. Bldg. Great Room

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