Worship Services

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Wishing for a Magic Wand

February 02, 2020

What do we do when there is no easy fix, for grief, for conflict, for our families or the world? Wildflower's Community Minister Rev. Erin Walter will share songs, stories, and spiritual practices for sustaining ourselves in what can be a dreary season of the year -- and for whatever season you are experiencing in life.

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During this service, we will work to spend time in "the now," engaging body and mind together appreciating the power of community. Today's intergenerational service will contain elements of movement…
Our Unitarian Universalist movement and Wildflower Church has set the intention of actively becoming anti-racist in our practices and culture. This is challenging, difficult, and important work to undertake. Some…
Like many traditional institutions today, people are questioning the purpose of Church. Overall church attendance is decreasing in the U.S. and declined drastically in most of Western Europe. It is…

Stop and Notice

01/05/2020
It's easy to get stuck and paralyzed by pain. In this service we will explore using moments of beauty and gratitude as a tool for comfort and reflection.
There are many types of sorrow we often experience simultaneously – personal loss of many kinds, the places we have not known love, what we expected and did not receive,…
Christmas Eve, 6:00 pm On this Christmas Eve, we will honor the Christian story of the birth of Jesus.  Many of us feel the Christmas story is so familiar that…
Perhaps one of the strongest messages from the traditional Christmas story is how life can surprise us with the unexpected.  The idea of Jesus as the messiah - the divinely…
The religious meaning of Christmas can get lost in the secular celebrations and overwhelming consumerism of the Holiday Season.  In the Christian tradition the Incarnation, meaning the Divine taking Human…
The quality of mercy is important to many religious traditions as it encourages compassion for those who have hurt us or those with power over others.  It is an attribute…
How do we hold the complexities of life’s joy and pain? What risks will we take to commit to community? Rev. Erin Walter will share aha! moments from songwriting and…
A significant part of our social action work must be our work in the criminal justice arena. It is part and parcel of our UU values. Men and women in…
Our second and final worship service for our Financial Stewardship Campaign for 2020 will continue celebrating our achievements as a religious community. Our Wildflower Community is recognized by many in…
As we begin our Financial Stewardship Campaign for 2020 this seems like a good time to take a moment to reflect where we are as a religious community and celebrate…
It can be hard to tell the truth. It can put us in a place that feels dangerous, or *is* dangerous. But as UUs our Universalism infuses how we view…
Unitarian Universalism has a strong tradition of religious freedom and diversity of thought. We put a strong emphasis on an individual’s experience and use of personal conscience in our spiritual…
The word “Faith” can be both powerful and problematic to many Unitarian Universalists.   As a religion with a diversity of beliefs and shared values, we may have a variety of understanding…
One of the most important issues facing humanity today is the threat of climate change. Yet this continues to be a divisive issue in our country and many of us…
The Team for Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression and Multiculturalism invites you into an intergenerational service exploring what it means to Answer the call of Justice in our Beloved Community. How can awareness…
Forgiveness can be one of the most challenging acts for a person to undertake and perhaps the most difficult act of forgiveness for many of us is the act of…
This Sunday we welcome Gilbert Guerrero to our pulpit. Gil comes to us from Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church in Carrollton, TX. He has been active as an Adult RE facilitator,…
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