Our Sunday Worship Services will remain online for the foreseeable future. The Music & Worship Team is actively working on a new format which we will introduce soon. In the meantime, you can access our Sunday services live at 10:30AM through Zoom. The recorded services are posted on the CUC Facebook page and YouTube page later the same day of the service.
To access our Sunday worship service, go to: https://tinyurl.com/CUCSundayServices
(Meeting ID: 950 5267 2835; Password: 183503)
If needed, you may also dial into the audio portion of the service only:
Call 646-876-9923 (Meeting ID: 950 5267 2835; Password: 183503)
Sunday, January 3
What is Your Word?
Rev. Andrée revisits a service from last January where they considered the word “trust” for 2020, and reflects on their word for 2021.
Sunday, January 10
In The Desert, A Rose Blooms
The mountains remind us who, and what, we are called to be. We understand ourselves in the inverse, a negation of our typical role as center of the universe. Apophatic theology is the same process, describing Source by describing what it is not. Join us, as we explore the Apophatic Way, and the life-giving comfort to be found in the open, empty spaces.
Our service will be led by Andrea Hawkins-Kamper, M.Div is the Chief Editor of Soul.Fire: A Unitarian Universalist Ministry, a radically inclusive, digital ministry. She is also a poet, author, musician, and visual artist who lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with her wife and two cats. Andrea is a Doctor of Ministry student of United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities in St. Paul, Minnesota, and a candidate for ordained Unitarian Universalist Ministry.
Worship Lead: Andrea Hawkins-Kamper, M.Div
Worship Associate: Susan Gempler
Zoom Tech: Denise Hills; TBD
Sunday, January 17
Martin Luther King, Jr. sunday
This Sunday, we honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and consider how his legacy might shape the way we think about the current moment.
Sunday, January 24
What the Pandemic Has Taught Us
Ten months into the pandemic we reflect on what the virus has taught us about the people we are and the people we want to be.
Sunday, January 31
Each congregational year, we have three months with five Sundays. This year, we have set aside one Sunday each of those months to both celebrate and support a community partner. This is an opportunity for CUC to use its worship time for us to focus our collective loving kindness and sense of justice on those who share our community. We will announce January’s featured community partner in the coming weeks.