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. 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, contact the Worship Team at worship@wildflowerchurch.org.

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

Listen to audio from past services

Upcoming Service

I Heard Mercy Call My Name

May 22, 2022

What does this moment ask of us as a people of faith? Join us in worship on Sunday, May 22nd, as we engage in the spiritual practice of mercy. Love resists and we can too. Rev. Deanna Vandiver (she/they) is a Minister of Love and Liberation affiliated with the Church of the Larger Fellowship Unitarian Universalist and the founder of Ever Unfolding LLC. She has recently joined the UUSC to serve on the UU College of Social Justice team. Deanna lives with her partner on the land of the Coastal Salish people known as the Suquamish, “the people of the clear salt water,” where she organizes, creates, gardens, and soaks in as much sustaining beauty as possible in this time of great unraveling. Children and Youth will be meeting in person in their classes after being present in the sanctuary for the first part of the service.

To have the Zoom link emailed to you, please fill out this form at least 90 minutes prior to the service start time.

To register to attend in-person services, click here.
First time registering, or want "how to" steps? Click here.

This Too Shall Pass

May 29, 2022

Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore writes that “All things rush on, they don’t stop or look behind.” He continues by saying that “even those things that seem to be permanent and unchanging are actually impermanent and are changing all the time.” Join us this Sunday as Rev. Addae Kraba explores these words and helps us to understand how this, too, shall pass. Reverend Addae Ama Kraba is Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of New Braunfels, Texas. She has published works in She Is Everywhere: An Anthology of writing in Womanist and Feminist Spirituality and in Voices from the Margins, An Anthology of Meditations. In 2018, Rev. Addae launched Revaddae.com.   Children and Youth will be meeting in person in their classes after being present in the sanctuary for the first part of the service.

To have the Zoom link emailed to you, please fill out this form at least 90 minutes prior to the service start time.

To register to attend in-person services, click here.
First time registering, or want "how to" steps? Click here.

More Services

The winter holiday season is winding down and we look toward a new year. It is a liminal time in which we hover between the year just finished and the…
How fortunate we are that we can gather in community—both in- person and on Zoom--as we approach the longest night of the year.  The Winter Solstice offers us the opportunity…

Being Family

12/12/2021
We are born with family and many of us also choose who we will understand to be our family — and we are all born into an entire ecosystem around…

Joy as Resistance

12/05/2021
There is so much anxiety, fear, and worry living inside and around us. Creating intentional joy through resistance is a way to help increase our resiliency and possibly secure sustainability…
Using the song of Violeta Parra “Gracias a la vida” as inspiration, Rev. Tania Márquez touches on the topic of gratitude and shares how this ordinary, but not always easy,…
In this lively sermon, QuianaDenae will explore what is possible when communities adopt the 8th principle; calling us to think of what we are growing for ourselves and our greater…
Please join us -- at home or in person! -- for Wildflower Church's long-awaited return to our sanctuary at 1314 E. Oltorf, Austin, TX 78704! For the first time in 20 months, Music…
Join Wildflower youth and children for a service about the 8th Principle, a proposed addition to the current 7 Principles that affirms our commitment as UUs to work against racism…

A House for Haunts

10/31/2021
What ghosts inhabit your halls? What monsters lurk under your bed? On this sacred day of frights, let's explore what goes bump in the night...and how to spy the future…
Join us for this music-filled worship service celebrating the 110th birthday of Mahalia Jackson, legendary gospel singer and powerful champion of Black love, justice, and joy.  Her wholehearted faith and…
Join us this Sunday in honoring the land that we are on and the indigenous people and culture of the Americas. During the service we will experience stories and rituals…
Are you lost in your world? Are we lost as a people? What is it going to take for each of us to improve our lives and make the world…
Contemplating reproductive rights, sharing a time of peace and meaning together, opening space for many stories and for a future imagined together, that affirms and supports our voices and realities.…

Scholarship Sunday

09/26/2021
Come honor  our 2021 Wildflower Scholarship recipient! This year's celebration on Zoom will, of course, be different from the in-person-services and fiestas we have had when we could be in…
Join us in a 'moving' celebration of the Autumnal Equinox as we explore the spiritual meanings of the season, the significance of balance, and the rhythms and movement that help…
We are not the same as we were before the pandemic. Even in a seemingly uneventful 18 months --if there ever is such a thing!-- people grow and change. Thankfully,…
This Sunday is Labor Sunday, which the AFL union designated in 1909 for people of faith to concentrate on workers’ concerns. On Monday evening, the Jewish High Holy Days kick…
The water communion has been a quintessential part of the Unitarian Universalist living tradition for 40 years. It has celebrated interconnection, empowerment, and the awesome force of water to generate…

Covenantal MATTERs

08/22/2021
Many of us at Wildflower have been thinking a lot about covenant and promises, how we live up to our community agreements, and how we come together to say and…
This Sunday’s service will hold space for all who are navigating transitions at this time of year - those of you who are students returning to school whether virtually or…