Due to the Covid-19 virus, we are currently meeting “virtually” on Sundays, via Zoom. The doors to the Sunday program open at 9:30 am for technical troubleshooting and visiting. The service starts at 10 am. We will be keeping the room open for 30 minutes after the service for general chat and catching up.

Information to connect to the Zoom service is provided on this page, following the descriptions of upcoming services.


Our theme for April is Becoming

April 4. The 8th Principle of UU, Jessica Lloyd-Rogers & Charlotte Hutt. A person can believe they are being a “good UU” and following the 7 Principles without thinking about or dealing with racism and other oppressions at the systemic level. The 8th Principle of Unitarian Universalism states, “We, the members of the Unitarian Universalist Association, covenant to affirm and promote: journeying toward spiritual wholeness by working to build a diverse multicultural Beloved Community by our actions that accountably dismantle racism and other oppressions in ourselves and our institutions.” Jessica and Charlotte will lead a discussion about this proposed addition to the 7 Principles of UU.

April 11. Becoming, Dr. Ruth Miller. We are living at a time when nothing that was familiar seems to be lasting, when the world around us seems to be turning into something we hardly recognize. What does that mean? What are we becoming? Dr. Miller will put on her “futurist” hat to give us some insight into these times and our potential tomorrows.

April 18. The Web of Life, Milt Markewitz. The unbalanced ethics of our civilization have led to the exploitation of natural resources all over the world, even destroying regions where indigenous cultures have sustained themselves for millennia. The key to their success lies in their fundamental worldview, as expressed in their language, and we can learn from them if we’re willing. Milt Markewitz and Dr. Ruth Miller have co-authored two books, Language of Life (2013), and To Restore Earth’s Balance (2020). Both of these respected thinkers are connected with the Gaia Living Systems Institute and we look forward to hearing from Mr. Markewitz.

April 25. Reflections and Remembrances, Mark Stueve, Marty Giles, History Committee. Join us for a joyful 30th anniversary celebration of the
founding of Oregon South Coast Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (SCUUF).


To join the Zoom Meeting, click the following link. You’ll need the meeting ID and passcode. It’s always a good idea to write down the Meeting ID and Passcode before connecting to Zoom. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87294484145?pwd=ZlZPVDI5aTNPVCtTNkxHREV2dXE3Zz09

Meeting ID: 872 9448 4145
Passcode: 494126

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