Rev. Dr. Leisa Huyck, Worship Leader; Autumn Labbe-Renault, Worship Associate
Is Unitarian Universalism really a religion? What is at the center of our movement if we have no creed? What does this have to do with belonging, and why does it matter? Come hear the good news about our life-saving, earth-healing religion.
Rev. Dr. Leisa Huyck is a former ecologist who worked in sustainable agriculture research and education before becoming a minister. She is called to help bring about the spiritual transformation our culture needs in order to live sustainability–and lovingly–on our beautiful, blue-green planet. She and her husband Steve Temple are longtime members of UUCD.
Milt’s sermon takes the congregation back to when he was teaching embryology to pre-med, pre-veterinarian, and animal science majors at UCD. The lab sessions were conducted by graduate students, but Milt attended the labs to get to know the students. One student told Milt that his class had destroyed her religious beliefs. She asked, “What can you offer to replace my lost faith?” The sermon is Milt’s extensive philosophical and scientific response.
Rev. Beth Banks, Worship Leader; Kate Raymond and Tom Jankowski, Worship Associates.
Unitarian Universalist congregations recognize High School graduates with the bridging ritual. Our service will echo the UNIQUE High School group’s theme from their Feb. service: judgment, not as a challenge, but to continue the conversation. Youth continuing in high school help launch our graduates; young adults welcome them into a new phase of life. Want inspiration? Come be a part of creating it.
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We ask, “In what do you place your deepest trust?”