Speaker: Dr. Isabel Call

Our Temporary Home

Sunday Services are at 9:15 am & 11 am
During her final worship service with us, Isabel and the Intern Team reflect on the gifts of impermanence, especially those shared during her internship.

Whose Voice is it Anyway?

Beyond being a mere source of entertainment, how can the vocal arts foster community health and personal fulfillment? We will explore the voice as an instrument of the body, shaped by breath, equipping us with emotional agility, power, and expression.

Spirit of Play

Our three-week series on economics culminates with play? In this multigeneraltional worship, we act out out abundance and cooperation and invite our children joyfully into the game of life

Universalist Economics

In an environment of rapid technological change and economic turmoil, 18th century American Universalist Hosea Ballou preached a theology of abundance that disrupted the harm caused by Calvinist ideas. In this second sermon of Isabel’s three-week series on economics, we bring Ballou’s insights into the … read more.

Imagining Abundance into Being

We are taught the myth of scarcity throughout our lives. It’s reinforces by our daily challenges and the depressing news cycle. But who is served by our preoccupation with the not-enoughness in our lives? Will we get anywhere with technical solutions? Isabel speaks about her … read more.

Coming of Age at the End of an Era

Services are held at 9:15 & 11:00 a.m. each Sunday. There is increasing uncertainty in our lives, and yet so many reasons to be hopeful. As 2018 comes to an end, what is beginning? Reflecting on our experiences of coming of age, we consider what … read more.

Donning the Mythical Wreath

Services are held at 9:15 & 11:00 a.m. each Sunday. The stories that we tell build wreaths of life and wisdom into our community. As those stories become legend and legend becomes myth, we shape and are shaped by the lessons they convey. Join us … read more.

What Are We Fighting For?

Services are held at 9:15 & 11:00 a.m. each Sunday. As we recuperate from election season, it’s time to take stock. Setting aside strategy for a moment, what are our core values? Is fighting really the best metaphor? Today, while the nation observes Veterans Day, our children are learning about Indigenous Peoples Day. In worship, we consider the juxtaposition of gratitude for those who have fought for democracy and sorrow for the devastating consequences of militarization. As caring people making our way in a complex world, we rededicate ourselves to the individual and collective work of justice.

Me Too, UUCS 2018 Women’s Retreat Sermon

Me too, with an emphasis on solidarity, not the terrible things going on in the world that require our solidarity and ongoing resistance. Me too: the power of speaking our individual truths and feeling them reverberate through other women’s stories. The power of believing ourselves enough to speak the truth, and then believing each other. And being believed.