IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS, WE WILL NOT BE HOLDING ON-SITE WORSHIP, RELIGIOUS EXPLORATION, OR OTHER GATHERINGS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. 

PLEASE READ OUR “Beacon-Always Connected – How We’ll Do Virtual Church” Action plan for details, important links,  and instructions-  – Beacon Action Plan  (Word)   Beacon Action Plan  (PDF)

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ALL ARE WELCOME TO OUR WEEKLY VIRTUAL WORSHIP SERVICES 

ON THE “BEACON UUC” YOUTUBE CHANNEL 

 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCip9eMAdNMybmHI8A-czpbQ

Tune in at our usual time (Sundays at 10 AM) or watch on your own schedule. ALL WORSHIP SERVICES WILL BE ARCHIVED THERE FOR VIEWING. Sermon transcripts and video links on the “Sermons” page on this site.

UPCOMING VIRTUAL WORSHIP SERVICE:

Sunday, April 5, 2020: “All Roads Lead to Where We Stand”

It’s been famously said that “All who wander are not lost.” On this morning, as Palm Sunday and Passover converge, we meet at the crossroads to explore how the wanderings of Jesus and Moses reflect our essential human journey from the source of who we are and back again. In what ways can our wanderings feel like a walk in a labyrinth rather than a frustrating journey through a maze? How might we retain the wellspring of our identities when we are in the wilderness, awaiting manna or gazing down from mountaintops? And how does this relate to our current “social distancing” limitations on “wandering” in the world? 

Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker preaching, with music from Gabe Hernandez and Rebecca Prizznick.

  • Follow along with the New April Order of Service available in PDF or Word.
  • Connect: Join the Virtual Social hour on Sundays at 11 AM here:  https://zoom.us/j/675489291
    • Or call +1 253 215 8782 and enter Meeting ID:  675 489 291
  • Learn: Adult and Children Religious Exploration activities are available here: Adult RE   Children’s RE
  • Donate: If you enjoyed the service, please consider donating here

 

 

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