Worship Services

Our worship services occur every Sunday beginning at 11:45 a.m. and last for about an hour. On the second Sunday of each month, our service is on Zoom only. To attend a worship service on Zoom, click here. All other Sundays we meet in person in the sanctuary at Faith Presbyterian Church, and we simultaneously stream the service on Zoom.

The links below include descriptions of past services without videos. If you are a church member and would like to see a video of a particular past service that is not available at the link above, contact the Worship Team at worship@wildflowerchurch.org.

Interested in seeing or hearing something in Worship? Let the worship team know.

 

Upcoming Service

When Joy is Hard to Find

May 26, 2024

Join us this morning as Rev. Krista shares some of her own struggles with joy, and talks about how joy can help us build resilience, strength, and courage. We'll explore the ways joy can save us in challenging times and learn how gratitude can be a key to unlocking joy.

Rev. Krista Weber Huang previously served as the minister for the San Marcos Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. She will be leaving Texas this summer to serve Merging Waters Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Fridley, MN (formerly named Michael Servetus Unitarian Society) as their full time minister. She lives with her spouse Eric, their almost 6 year old Lenny, and their 9 month old Felix. She enjoys being outside, creating art, and reading in her free time.

Children and youth in grades pre-k through 12th will be meeting in person in their classes after being present in the sanctuary for the first part of the service. The nursery is available for babies and children from 6 weeks to 5 years old during the entire service period. You may choose either option for your child if they are 4.5 or 5 years old.

To attend a worship service via Zoom, click here.

Masks are optional in the sanctuary.

Written Descriptions of Past Services

Milestone Sunday!

05/19/2024
On this day we gather together to celebrate the many milestones of our community, such as graduations, recipients of our scholarship program with Travis Early College High School, career milestones,…
Each year on the May full moon, many Buddhists celebrate the Buddha’s birth, enlightenment, and death (Vesak, Buddha Day). This holiday is one of three summer holidays that successively celebrate…

The Joy of Joy!

05/05/2024
Wildflower’s mission is growing spiritually together, spreading love, justice, and joy! Join us as we celebrate World Laughter Day (held globally on the first Sunday of May), exploring tools and…
Our theme for April is Love, and Earth Day is April 22. Join us this Sunday as our WildEarth Climate Action Team leads us in lamentations and celebrations of our…
The Prince Mass: The Music & Message of Prince Eight years after his death, Prince’s work continues to influence and inspire the world. With religiously themed music and lyrics, combined…

A Sampling of Love

04/14/2024
The Ancient Greeks recognized seven different kinds of love: Eros (sexual love), Philia (friendship love), Storge (familial love), Agape (universal love), Ludus (playful love), Pragma (practical love), and Philautia (self…

I am Loved

04/07/2024
The late civil rights activist Mel King often shared that “Love is the question and the answer.” Join us for an interreligious lay-led service of readings and music reflecting on…
Amid sorrow, how do we find hope? By remembering that story is not over. As we continue with part two of Jesus’ story, after his betrayal, suffering, and execution, when…

Still Relevant

03/24/2024
This service of Lament is about creating space for our pain to breathe, and creating space for us to grieve together–about racism, oppression, and our communal and personal losses. We…
Join us for a ceremony to honor the Spring Equinox and all that is being vibrantly cultivated within us and our community. Equinox, or "equal night" is an honoring of…
ZOOM ONLY Apologizing is a fundamental part of accountability. If we have hurt or harmed someone we care about, it is sacred work to tend to that hurt - we…
In this new annual service, we take a moment to celebrate US! Wildflower’s first worship service was in February, 2001, and its charter Sunday was in March, 2005. We’ve come…

Tell Me a Story

02/25/2024
Stories weave threads of connection to people, places, ideas, and journeys. They can just as easily separate us from one another, recognizing that stories impact how we show up, what…
Reflections and celebration of ministry and life of the Rev. Absalom Jones (November 7, 1746 – February 13, 1818), an African American abolitionist and clergyman. Absalom Jones’ ministry in Philadelphia,…
ZOOM ONLY Having a covenant is one of Unitarian Universalism's defining features; often times, it is a source of pride. And yet, we find ourselves at a loss for what's…
Things feel very bleak right now. There is so much violence, so much political corruption, and so much inequality. It's overwhelming! But our religion is not one of despair but…
Many of us grew up in families and/or cultures where vulnerability was not always, or sometimes ever, safe to express. Today we confront three of the P's that we may…
Buddhist author Pema Chodron notes that vulnerability is “the category of things that, if we move toward them, have so much to teach us. Having a relationship with vulnerability, with…
ZOOM ONLY How do we practice our spirituality, given that our spiritual needs and interests change over time? In this Sunday’s Zoom-only service, we will have the opportunity to connect…

Into the Wilderness

01/07/2024
Why should we learn to be vulnerable when the world is such a scary place? Why would we venture into potentially dangerous territory when we know everything could end in…
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