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

Prophets, poets, and spiritual teachers throughout history have identified empathy as a transformative state that can supply a taste of the vast, mysterious reality that we all share, despite our…
Circle ‘Round for Justice, Healing, Courage was the theme for the Unitarian Universalist Association’s General Assembly (GA) 2021. Piaf Azul, Cathy Cramer, Axton Krantz, and Aly Tharp attended the virtual GA…

On the Brink

07/25/2021
We have long chosen a spiritual path of community building for collective liberation. Yet we also face forces, internal and external, that threaten our existence. We live in a world…

Sunday Service

07/18/2021
Gathering Music - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QizbZxg2E4A&t=2s; Science Fiction Double Feature - performed at the Playhouse Theater in London Land Acknowledgement - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vmDGwfoJH8&t=1s; COVID-19 | Anishinaabe Pandemic Prophecies TFAA - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obOn-bDEhow&t=3s; Big Block…
In the first of two services with the theme of “Space Church”, we’ll travel with Commander Benjamin Sisko of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine into a constructed wormhole to meet…

Brave Democracy

07/04/2021
Democracy is a work in progress. That work is often messy and scary, but we must envision a better democracy and bravely lean into action to bring it to life.…

Kindness

06/27/2021
Lilah Sturges has spent a lot of time thinking about what kindness means. It's kind of a personal obsession with her, this idea of being good toward others for its…

In Love & Covenant

06/20/2021
Join us this Sunday for a warm, eclectic service led by our chaplain, Kye Flannery, who will celebrate the beauty of becoming and the ease that a mutual commitment to…
Fifteen congregations across the UU faith adopted an eighth principle at their annual meeting last weekend: to build the Beloved Community by accountably dismantling racism and other oppressions in ourselves…
Authentic leadership is a simple concept: be authentic, your whole self and be a leader, having power given and taken consensually and rooted in equity. But, while simple in concept,…
Reflecting on the lessons of the pandemic, Ken & Sarah came to opposite conclusions.  Ken was struck repeatedly with the insight that humans are primarily biological beings, while Sarah has…
We live on a vibrant, brilliantly biodiverse planet, and we know that this life is sacred and in need of protection more than ever. This service will honor the biodiversity…
This week's service will encourage you to explore your past, present, and future experiences with the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism. On the way, you may find some possible connections…
This service on Mother’s Day is a story service featuring multiple Wildflower voices sharing their relationship with the complex subject of motherhood.  There will be a mix of reflections, music,…
Celebrate worker’s rights and provide opportunities for reflection on the past, present, and future (the latter with regard to possibilities and action) of the fate of workers and the structure…
Weaving together stories and lessons from the plant and animal kingdoms and from social & climate movements, guest speaker Aly Tharp (Wildflower Member and Program Director of UU Ministry for…

Sunday Service

04/18/2021

Because UU churches govern themselves, it is important that every voting member who is able takes a turn at serving on the Board. It takes all of us chipping in…
Easter is the tale of an empty tomb, of death and rebirth, and the celebration that comes from emerging. Wildflower Community Minister, the Rev. Erin Walter, joins us to reflect on…
Join Wildflower for our first-ever Young People's Service! This week's service was created completely by the kids and youth of our RE program with adult facilitation. In their words: "Join…