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Upcoming Worship Services

We meet for worship Sundays at 10:30 online in Zoom. Links to streaming worship are in each worship description. When there's not a global pandemic, worship takes place at the Hollywood Senior Center, 1820 NE 40th Ave., Portland, OR.

Social Justice Focus Speaker

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Kaia Sand, the Executive Director of Street Roots, will be our second speaker on our social justice focus for this church year of Economic Inequality and Justice.

 

Join our Virtual Service Sunday at 10:30
Click Here to link to the Zoom Service
Meeting ID: 275 194 110
Phone In: (669) 900-6833

Wisdom of the Ancestors

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Learning about our ancestors and embracing their cultures enriches our lives. This Sunday, please join us for a story-filled service as five of our members and friends share the wisdom of their ancestors.

Join our Virtual Service Sunday at 10:30
Click Here to link to the Zoom Service
Meeting ID: 275 194 110
Phone In: (669) 900-6833

You’re Not What You Once Were

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November already! It’s late in the year now as daylight grows less and darkness grows more.  Fall is a good time to think about similar changes in our own lives.  Are we “less” now than we were in our younger days, or “more”? Neither? Or both?  Let’s spend some time with king Solomon in both his youth and his old age as we ponder these questions.

By Rev. Moro

Join our Virtual Service Sunday at 10:30
Click Here to link to the Zoom Service
Meeting ID: 275 194 110
Phone In: (669) 900-6833

The Mechanics Driving Economic Inequality

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Last spring, when the Social Justice Committee was working to identify a focus for the 2021-22 Church Year, Wy’east Member Robin Henderson advocated strongly for the idea of looking at economic inequality.  This Sunday, Robin will share his passion for why it is important for everyone to understand and embrace economics to bolster all of us against the sway of political coercion and scare tactics.


Economic Inequality as an issue has become prominent everywhere (not just at our church), both in politics, national and local, and numerous religious and nonprofit organizations.  In essence, our country has become more “WOKE!” to this issue.  However,  increasing public understanding of how an economic system actually works is important to make voters less susceptible to conservative politicians’ use of poisoned words and manipulative phrases when battling for policies necessary to reverse inequality.  Robin hopes to both enlighten and interest listeners to an otherwise seemingly stuffy and tedious subject.  With the broader voting public, this is especially important to resist intense right wing political manipulation.

Join our Virtual Service Sunday at 10:30
Click Here to link to the Zoom Service
Meeting ID: 275 194 110
Phone In: (669) 900-6833

Champ!

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This Sunday before Thanksgiving, I’ll share some early memories of life in an impoverished Deep South community.  It was hard enough for people to feed themselves.  So what did they do about their pets when things got extra tight? Come hear the story of a big, friendly dog named Champ!

By Rev. Moro

Join our Virtual Service Sunday at 10:30
Click Here to link to the Zoom Service
Meeting ID: 275 194 110
Phone In: (669) 900-6833

Sit at the Welcome Table: A Shared Gratitude Service

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Thanksgiving weekend is often a time for us to take a step back and look at our world and personal experience through a lens of gratitude.  This Sunday, we come together with two of our sister congregations, the Mid-Columbia Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Hood River and the Community UU Church in Pasco, WA in a shared collaborative worship focused on gratitude.  Come and sit at the welcome table with us!  Service led by members of all three UU congregations.

Join our Virtual Service Sunday at 10:30
Click Here to link to the Zoom Service
Meeting ID: 275 194 110
Phone In: (669) 900-6833