Worship Services

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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More Services

Faith

05/03/2020
In this service, we will explore what "faith" might mean to Unitarian Universalists. Is faith something we can have even if we’re pagan or atheist? And how might our understanding…
11:30am on Zoom Throughout our lives, we build up tools for coping in times of crisis or emergency - and some of these tools wind up serving us better than…
11:30am on ZoomOur 5th Unitarian Universalist principle is the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large. We believe that…
11:30am on Zoom Easter is the most religiously significant time of the year for Christians as they explore the meaning and significance of the resurrection of Jesus. This is often…
11:30am - Online (Zoom) Among the strange aspects of this pandemic is that some aspects of life which were underway before the coronavirus continue. This is true of church life.…
11:30am (Online with Zoom) Here in the Austin Community and in many areas throughout the world, we have been asked to Shelter-in-Place to help lessen the spread of the COVID-19…
11:30am This online service invites you to celebrate the earth’s turning and this time of year when the day’s light and dark are in balance and emergence into the light…
Due to the uncertainty regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Wildflower Church has Suspended in-person worship service, Children/Youth Religious Education Services, and Childcare through March. Please do not plan on attending any…

Mysteries of Life

03/08/2020
You are invited into a service that explores the "Mysteries of Life". Tyagaraja will use both his personal experiences with meditative concepts and what Sanskrit has to say about the…

Service is Joy!

03/01/2020
The great Indian Nobel-prize winning poet Rabindranath Tagore said “I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service…
One of the most popular hymns in Unitarian Universalism is Spirit of Life.  One of the lines is Roots hold me close; wings set me free. This beautifully captures the…
The polarizing of everything into male and female, even within religion, is inescapable. But what of people who cross gender lines, live on the line, or don’t recognize the lines…
Life transformations and transitions can be sudden or gradual, planned or unexpected. Sometimes major life changes can be suddenly forced upon us and other times it is something we commit…
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,…
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…