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May your life preach more loudly than your lips. William Ellery Channing

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A liberal religious voice in the Central Valley since 1953.

 

Sunday Service Times:
Two services, at 9:30 and 11:00 am, September 7, 2014 - May 2015.
EXCEPT
November 30, 2014: One service, 10:00 am
December 28, 2014: One service, 10:00 am
January 4, 2015: One service, 10:00 am

We leave some previous sermon topics here, to give you an idea of the things we talk about. It is easier to show "eclectic" than to spell it. We have several sermon collections as well.

Kiernan Avenue is now a 4-lane expressway. Avoid an accident.

That Teal Hymnal
November 30, 2014 (ONE service, at 10:00 am)
Ted Pack

Ted Pack has a couple of things he loves about our teal hymnal, "Singing the Journey", and a couple of things he doesn't like. He feels the same way about our congregation. He'll discuss both, with special attention to his favorite hymn, "Comfort Me".
Music: Elizabeth Coard, piano.

Our Only Prayer: Gratitude
November 23, 2014 (two services, at 9:30 am and 11:00 am)
Rev. Darcy baxter

"If the only prayer you ever say in your whole life is 'thank you,' that would suffice" medieval theologian and mystic Meister Eckhart tells us. And so we will "pray," offering our gratitude to the many people whose labor makes this congregation possible.
Music: Elizabeth Coard, piano.
Potluck after the 11:00 Service
See the Potlucks Page for dish assignments.

Yonder Come Day
November 16, 2014 (two services, at 9:30 am and 11:00 am)
Rev. Darcy baxter

Unitarian Universalism was founded on a hope for a better future, yet we often hear how we should stay 'present' in the here and now. How we can work for a better future while staying present?
Music: Elizabeth Coard, piano.

On The Threshhold
November 9, 2014 (two services, at 9:30 am and 11:00 am)
Jessica Clay

Ms. Clay is the student body president at the Starr King School of the Ministry. She writes: "That feeling of standing in a doorway, on the threshhold between two stages of life, can be exhilarating, but also confusing; and scary the urge is to rush on to the next sure thing, missing what we might learn from this 'space between.' Come let us worship together as we explore where the divine is in the space and how to meet these times of change with grace and openness".
Music: Matthew Mason, piano.

Day of The Dead
November 2, 2014 (two services, at 9:30 am and 11:00 am)
Set your clocks back!!!
Rev. Darcy Baxter

We will celebrate the Latin American Day of The Dead. It is a joyous yet solemn ritual, honoring those who have passed on by decorating altars with flowers, candles, and mementos of their favorite things, in the hopes their spirits will visit at this time. Please join us on this special day by bringing a memento of a loved one to place on our altars.
Music: Elizabeth Coard, piano.

Good Fences, Good Neighbors
October 26, 2014 (two services, at 9:30 am and 11:00 am)
Rev. Darcy Baxter

What makes a good fence? And why are fences so important in being a good neighbor?
Music: Elizabeth Coard, piano.

Nature's Compass
October 19, 2014 (two services, at 9:30 am and 11:00 am)
Avonelle Tomlinson

Pagans follow an earth based path, recognizing the changing seasons in their rituals. Samhain (pronounced SOW wen) is the end of the Pagan year, like New Year's Eve is for others. We consider this the time of the year that the veil is thinnest between this world and the spirit world. We recognize and honour our beloved dead (ancestors, friends, etc) at this time as well ... Join with us as we celebrate the Pagan New Year!


Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Stanislaus County

2172 Kiernan Avenue
Modesto, California     See a map
(209) 545-1837

We have no mail service on Kiernan; please use:
PO Box 1000
Salida, CA 95368

Questions about our fellowship? Go to our Staff Page for all the e-mail addresses you'll need.
Broken links, typos, navigation problems? Write to Ted Pack, our web master.

We are a liberal church and the only UU congregation in Stanislaus county. We serve Ceres, Denair, Escalon, Hickman, Hughson, Keyes, Manteca, Modesto, Oakdale, Patterson, Ripon, Riverbank, Salida, Turlock and Waterford. We welcome Agnostics, Atheists, Buddhists, Christians, Deists, Free-thinkers, Humanists, Jews, Pagans, Theists, Wiccans, and those who seek their own spiritual path. We welcome people without regard to race, physical ability, ethnicity or sexual orientation.

Visits since April 17, 1999
Page updated: November 18, 2014