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“The Fragile Sequence” 

The Jewish High Holy Days ask us to practice saying “I’m sorry,” which demands we recognize our imperfections. Knowing we are worthy of love and connection, despite our errors, can be healing. Led by a lifelong Jewish Unitarian Universalist, this service is for those from … read more.

Indigenous-Led Service of Celebration: “Indigenous Peoples Day”

Indigenous-Led Service of Celebration:  Indigenous Peoples Day

Joint Service with Palomar UU Fellowship

Sunday October 9 – Location:  Felicita Park


Multigenerational Service: All are welcome to join this special celebration to honor the cultures and perseverance of the Original Peoples of this land. We continue Moving on the … read more.

“Honoring Yom Kippur”

Yom Kippur, which begins this year at sundown on September 15th, is considered the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, a time for reflection and asking for forgiveness. We honor this High Holy Day by considering why it is so hard to say “I’m sorry.”

Worship link: … read more.