April Theme: Emergence

Indigenous activism in Ecuador, Bolivia and New Zealand has given birth to the notion that nature itself can have legal rights. On this 48th anniversary of Earth Day, through the lens of our covenantal tradition, honor “the home that gives us birth” and consider your right relationship and rights relationship with this planet.

Service Leader: Rev. Kevin Tarsa and others, with the Family Choir (to which all are invited)

Worship Associate: Gail Johnson Vaughan

Music Director: Jordan Thomas-Rose

Audio Visual Technician: TBD

Usher Coordinator: Claire Miller

Hospitality Coordinator: Marilyn Young

Center of Interest: Melissa Ridgway

General information:

The UU Community of the Mountains offers two Sunday Services. Each Sunday, choose to attend at 9:30 am or 11:30 am.  Social hour is between the two services; either stay after the first service, or come early to the second one.

Religious education class for children (K – 5th grade) will happen during the 9:30 a.m. service.  Religious education for teens (6th – 12th grades) will happen at 10:30 a.m. between the two services.  Classes are not held on the first Sunday of each month, when children and youth are invited to attend Full Community Services along with adults.  We welcome families with small children and provide childcare to infants through children four years old for both services, as well as during Full Community Services.

Every service is different, so please come more than once to understand the diversity of our Community.

Dress is generally casual and the service is easily accessible to those in wheelchairs.  Our Religious Education classes  meet on the second level of our building, which is not wheelchair accessible.