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Ritual–Fall Equinox

This is a family-friendly event.  Please bring an item from nature for the altar & a potluck dish to share.  Contact Robin  robinbear3@yahoo.com or Chris chrisblasman@gmail.com.  

Fall Equinox Ritual September 22

All are invited to join us on Friday, September 22, from 6pm to 10pm, for this ritual which celebrates the Fall Equinox. Contact Robin Lindsey at robinbear3@yahoo.com or Chris Blasman at cgblasman@gmail.com.

June 2017 Chalice Circles Readings for Reflection

Growing Together in Wonder Opening Words In more traditional expressions of religion, a sense of wonder may derive from the supernatural or a magical understanding of the miraculous. In our naturalistic faith, the sense of wonder is found in the everyday and commonplace. We speak of the “direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, … Continued

May 2017 Chalice Circles Reading for Reflection

An excerpt from “Gratitude” by Rev. Barbara Merritt in Quest: A Monthly for Religious Liberals, May 2011 …The road to having a grateful heart has to travel a more difficult terrain. As Elie Wiesel, a survivor of the Holocaust, eloquently expressed it: “gratitude emerges from the kingdom of night.” Gratitude is not, in this model, … Continued

April 2017 Chalice Circles Reading for Reflection

Growing Together in Faith An excerpt from “The Faith of a Trapeze Artist” by Rev. Neal Jones in Quest: A Monthly for Religious Liberals, June 2014   The word “faith” doesn’t occupy the same place of prominence in Unitarian Universalism that it does in some religious traditions. For many of us, faith has become synonymous … Continued

SING FOR JUSTICE – Songs of Peace, Freedom, Justice and Compassion

Saturday, May 20, 2017, 7:30 – 10:00 pm Featuring: Merlin Snider & Pretty Good Acquaintances The Susie Glaze New Folk Ensemble The Honeysuckle Possum Trio Proceeds benefit the Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, whose mission is “to nurture spiritually courageous people who transform the world through justice and compassion.”