Upcoming at UUVerdugo

This Friday, June 15

 

This month's theme: TAPE FROM CALIFORNIA. Featuring Carrie Wade, Non-Duo, Ric Taylor, Carleen Carney, Josh Lewis, Alex Acevedo, Ken Lasaine, and Fogelfoot. "A compellign Experience"—LA Times.

7 p.m.

Sunday, June 17

"Fathers Want What's Best": Gordon Clay Bailey

Join us for Rev. Gordon's final service with UUVerdugo. Over the years many of us have lost our fathers to the passing of time. Still more of us have struggled with fathers that are difficult to understand or deal with. Yet I have known fathers that have stood with their families and children not of their bloodline to parent, care for and love. Join us at UUCVH as we look closely at fathers today, yesterday and even in the future with a balanced view and hope for loving relations for all.

10:30 a.m.

Sunday, June 24

"Americans for Democratic Action": Guest Speaker Amanda Cotylo

Our Summer Series begins with Amanda Cotylo, who in this midterm campaign worked "behind the Orange Curtain" for the ADA. Founded in the 1940s, Americans for Democratic Action is a progressive organization that uses grassroots activism to support liberal causes. A target of then-Sen. Joseph McCarthy in 1953, the ADA made former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt its chairperson. ADA organizer Amanda Cotylo joins us to talk about the battle against complacency and the ways we as individuals can create change. She also brings a message of hope: Your vote matters. Ms. Cotylo will share tips for everyday activism as well as some enlightening war stories from the trenches of political campaigns

10:30 a.m.

Unitarian Universalism is a religion that embraces many different beliefs.

Where we all are accepted; Where we cherish the process of developing our own spiritual path;

Where we support the paths of others, respecting the inherent worth and dignity of every person.

Join us in Worship Service every Sunday at 10:30 a.m., and stay for coffee and conversation afterward.

Reverend Gordon Clay Bailey has been our minister for three years. Join us as we bid him a fond farewell in May and June.

Board President Marty Barrett coordinates community outreach and welcomes guests.

Religious Education Coordinator Elizabeth Brown shares what the kids are up to as well as provides opportunities for us to support children's programming.

Explore our website! Learn about our welcoming community, our varied and democratic beliefs, the 7 Principles that guide us and, when you're ready, visit us in person!