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Upcoming Service

Murray’s Landing

September 27, 2020

This Sunday we will celebrate the 250th anniversary of our "Universalist Miracle," the landing of John Murray in America with the message of universal salvation. Plus, we'll talk about our hopes for the future of our faith and Wildflower Church.

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Blessing of the Animals

October 04, 2020

St. Francis of Assisi is the patron saint of animals, and in honor of his feast day, we will be talking about our relationship with our fellow creatures. If you have a pet, keep them nearby during the service for a blessing of the animals.

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Scholarship Sabbath

04/09/2017
This year we are celebrating our sixth consecutive Scholarship Sabbath. In this service, we introduce and honor recipients of our Wildflower Scholarships, two graduating seniors from Travis High School and…
After the recent Political Elections, it would seem the gulf between those with differing political beliefs is immense and unbridgeable.  This difference in some ways is analogous to the differences…
Psychological Trauma damages our psyche as a result of a severely distressing event. Many of us are familiar with the impact of post-combat trauma on military personnel, post-abuse trauma for…
Of the great songwriters of our time, Leonard Cohen was perhaps the most spiritual. He spent five years in a Zen monastery. His songs are cryptic koans, about the contradictions…
The Universalist side of our Liberal Religious tradition was highly influential on the Liberal Christian tradition of 19th Century in North America. Universalism was the fifth largest denomination in the…
Feminist scholar Carol Meyers says Exodus is arguably the most important book of the Bible. Intern Minister Erin Walter will lift up one small but key detail in that story…
We tend to acknowledge and admire the great achievements of people and groups, those moments that transform ourselves or our society for the better. While changes can seem sudden we…
Our Building the Beloved Community program is an intentional outreach from Wildflower to connect with our neighbors and hear the concerns they have in their lives. This program engages social…
In his book, Faith Without Certainty: Liberal Theology in the 21st Century, Unitarian Universalist minister Paul Rasor explores our tradition’s tension between individual freedom and commitment to community. Intern Minister…
Our Unitarian Universalist movement in the 19th Century was influential on the affairs of our country. During the 20th Century our influence has declined to often feeling like barely a…
Transcendentalism was very controversial at its conception and hugely influential to our Unitarian movement from the 19th Century to today. Transcendentalism emphasizes individual intuition as the primary source of religious…
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness may be one of the most famous phrases in the United States Declaration of Independence. The phrase refers to people being endowed with…
With the upcoming presidential inauguration and Women’s March on Washington, Intern Minister Erin Walter will reflect on the classic protest song, “We Are a Gentle, Angry People,” and explore what…
This Sunday, we explore the themes of Remembrance, Release, and Renewal. Join us for a ritual-filled service as we bid farewell to 2016 and welcome in our deepest desires for…
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