Rev. Sharon Wylie

“Towards Spiritual Maturity”

We come to church yearning for . . . something. Friendship, of course. Connection. But also yearning for deep spiritual challenge and engagement. This morning we consider what spiritual and emotional maturity look like.

“Are Humans Good or Evil?” (UU Theologies #3)

We will be meeting at our Chalice building, 2324 Miller Avenue in Escondido

UUs Affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Does that mean we think all people are good? This is the third in a 10-part series on UU theologies, informed by the book A House for Hope: The Promise of […]

“We Call Our Beloved Dead” All-Church Service

Whether you call it Samhain, Dia de los Muertos, or All Hallows’ Eve: this is the season to remember and honor our ancestors and beloved dead. Today we gather for our annual service in memory and celebration of those who have gone before us.

Please email photos of deceased loved ones (pets too!) before October 25 […]

“Schizophrenia Is Not Dual Personality”

Social Justice Sunday
It is estimated that 1% of the population has schizophrenia. This is one of the most misunderstood mental illnesses. This morning we’ll learn more about this disorder and how to support loved ones who have it. This service marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week. Today’s offering will go to the […]

“Covenant”

Commitment to covenant is at the heart of our UU congregations. This is the second in a 10-part series on UU theologies, informed by the book A House for Hope: The Promise of Progressive Religion for the Twenty-First Century by Buehrens and Parker.

“Theology is Everywhere”

What is theology and why is it important for us to understand? This is the first in a 10-part series on UU theologies, informed by the book A House for Hope: The Promise of Progressive Religion for the Twenty-First Century by Buehrens and Parker.

“Attached to Non-Attachment”

Today is the Hindu holiday Janmashtami, the celebration of Lord Krishna’s birthday. We honor this special day with an exploration of the Bhagavad Gita and some of the challenging teachings from this sacred text.

Bread for the Journey: “Meet James Luther Adams”

This is the ninth Sunday of our Summer Worship Series: Bread for the Journey.

Do you know the name James Luther Adams? “JLA,” as he was known to friends and students, is one of the most prominent Unitarian theologians in the history of our faith tradition. This morning you will learn about him and some of […]

Bread for the Journey: “What I Know For Sure”

This is the sixth Sunday of our Summer Worship Series: Bread for the Journey.

The tumultuous times we live in call us to consider: What is changing? What remains the same? This morning Rev. Sharon offers her reflections on the truths that keep her grounded and centered.

Bread for the Journey: We live in troubled times. It is […]