Wildflower Church is a deliberately inclusive, open-minded religious community in the Unitarian Universalist tradition, growing spiritually together, spreading love, justice, and joy!  We create our community by covenanting one to another, using our Covenant of Right Relations. We meet in South Austin, at our shared campus.

Sunday Worship

Join us this Sunday at 11:30am in the Sanctuary at our shared campus. Extra parking is available across Oltorf at Travis High School.

Fling Off Your Bushel- Let Reproductive Justice Light Shine!

January 15, 11:30 AM

Rev. Chuck Freeman, Executive Director of Texas UU Justice Ministry

Vital rays of light leading to the Roe vs Wade decision were sparked at 1st Unitarian Church of Dallas. In the late 60's the Women's Alliance of the church began to study the abortion issue, eventually signing the amicus brief of the landmark case for women's autonomy that beamed a nationwide beacon of light! Texas now has among the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation. We UU's have rested on our laurels in a dormant slumber for too long. We have overslept the alarm. It's time to wake up, stand up and let our lights shine for the sacred trust between a Woman, her Creator, and her Doctor. The Texas UU Justice Ministry (TXUUJM) is here to lead the light brigade!

Serenity Service

Join us for an interfaith service of music, readings, candles, and silence every third Friday of the month (next is January 20) at 7:00pm in the Sanctuary on our shared campus.

Adult Programs

Visit the Adult Programs page for a complete listing of groups and courses. Childcare is available for Sunday classes between 9:30 and 1, and may be available for other classes and groups.

Engaging the Sacred in Art

ongoing

fourth Tuesday evenings

Consider art as a spiritual practice with other artists

The World Future We Need

ongoing

Monthly, third Sunday evenings

Discuss technology, morality, cooperation, and growth in the world’s future

Zumba

resuming Feb 6

Mondays, 8:30 am

Experience dance through an empowering, inspiring UU lens

Buddhism and Meditation Exploration Group

ongoing, Sunday mornings

first and third Sunday mornings

Explore Buddhist teachings and practices in a UU context

Mindful Gentle Yoga

ongoing

Tuesdays, 10:00 am

Focus on breath, kindness to self and others, and curiosity.

Young Adults Group

ongoing

join Facebook group for meeting times

Connect with other young adults at Wildflower & beyond.

Food for Thought

drop-in, Sunday mornings

second and fourth Sunday mornings

TED Talk discussion group

How Do You Turn a Survey into a Party?

Well, it takes at least 75 people to do it—and you are part of those 75 people.
We’re almost at the end of the first year of our Strategic Plan, and it will then be time to evaluate our progress. We’ll do part of that evaluation through Google Docs, so you Wildflowers can tell us how you’ve experienced our work together in the past year. If 75 Wildflowers respond, we’re throwing a family-friendly dessert party on Saturday, February 11. The survey opens on January 15 and close on February 5.

What's Unitarian Universalism all About?

Are you shopping for a church home that doesn’t require commitment to any specific metaphysical beliefs? Unitarian Universalism is a non-credal religion that draws wisdom from many religions, literature, art, and science, and interprets it through a concrete set of principles. We believe in Standing on the Side of Love for all the world’s people. You can explore the covenant, mission, values, and vision of Wildflower online.

Spiritual Growth Workshop

Come join us to explore practices of spiritual growth, each relevant to people with a variety of spiritual beliefs and traditions. On Sunday, Jan. 29, from 1:30-3:30 pm in the Wildflower Community Room, Intern Minister Erin Walter will lead a workshop on spiritual growth and development. This is an opportunity for deepening relationships and making new friends at Wildflower, as well as for personal sharing. See the weekly newsletter for more information.

Preventing Bias-Based Bullying for K-6 Parents and Educators

Sunday, February 5, 1:15 PM
Wildflower Community Room

In a time when bias incidents seem to be on the rise, this workshop seeks to help parents and educators understand bias-based bullying and foster ally behavior among K-6 students, teachers and other adults. We will explore the research on bystander behavior and learn and practice critical intervention steps. (This workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Paige Schilt, a Welcoming Schools Trainer and Learning Specialist in the Sanger Learning at UT Austin.)

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