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WORSHIP SERVICE TIME
Sundays 11:00 a.m. to approximately 12:15 p.m.

ADDRESS
511 S. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92805

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UPCOMING WORSHIP SERVICES
  • Worship Schedule
    In lieu of our regular Sunday program, services will be live streamed at 11am using "Zoom." You may view our prior recorded sermons on our UUCA Facebook page. We will now have a pre-service gathering, use link for the Worship Service to join us and socialize at the start of the meeting. Click to join the meeting on Sunday

    January 24: “Slay your dragons with compassion"
    Speaker: Mr. Malcolm Stern

    Malcolm Stern has worked as a group and individual psychotherapist for nearly 30 years. He is co-founder and co-director of Alternatives at St James’s Church, and also teaches and runs groups internationally. His first book "Falling in Love, Staying in Love" was published in 2004. “Slay your dragons with compassion" was published in September 2020 and tells of the learnings from his daughter, Melissa’s, suicide and some key practices in times of struggle, gleaned from his psychotherapy groups and his life experience.

    Worship Associate: Iasu Gorfu

    January 31: "What Matters?"

    Speaker: Michael Eselun
    Moving together through these challenging times, we find ourselves, perhaps on a daily basis, reassessing our priorities. UCLA Oncology Chaplain and popular guest speaker, Michael Eselun, will share reflections on the question, “What Matters?”
    Worship Associate: Gary Sjogren

    Please email uuanaheim@gmail.com with your joys & concerns or any announcements you'd like to include in the service no later than Saturday night. Please keep your microphone muted during the service to avoid interruption. During the section for joys and concerns, you will have an opportunity to be recognized by the host when it is your time to share.
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    Dear Fellow UU Anaheim Congregants
    Due to the unfolding situation regarding the coronavirus, and out of an abundance of caution and care for our members, the Board of Trustees for UUCA has determined that our congregation will not be meeting until further notice. This means that we will not be meeting in discussion groups (the Philosophy Group, Issues Forum, etc) on Sundays. Nor will we be holding any official committee meetings face-to-face. We can still conduct meetings online and via email.

    We are taking these actions in order to safeguard everyone from the possibility of contracting and transmitting the coronavirus. We are following recent California State and UUA recommendations.

    We hope to resume meeting again for Sunday services and other church functions soon. We will review developments and be in touch regarding this situation, and we look forward to seeing you all again when it is appropriate.

    Warmest regards,
    Your UUCA Board of Trustees




    Posted Jan 20, 2021, 11:50 AM by G_ Shogie
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EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Event Schedule

    Philosophy Discussion, host: Iasu Gorfu
    Time: Sunday at 9:00 am via Zoom
    We will discuss "Five areas of the philosophy of education." Please join us for this philosophical discussion from the comfort of your home.
    Hosts: Ruth Shapin & Anita Rivero
    Time: Sunday from 10:00am to 10:45am
    Theme: "Goals of the new administration"
    The topic for the next meeting is chosen by members at the end of each meeting.

    Click here to join this meeting

    Social Justice Saturday Afternoon Forum
    Time: January 23 at 2:00 pm.
    The Social Justice Committee will present Organizers from Western Service Workers Association. They will be joining us to talk about their annual Winter Survival Campaign. Low-income workers have been hardest hit during this pandemic. In support of creating and organizing more benefits for low-income workers this January, WSWA will be holding their annual Super Bowl Tamale Benefit - making scrumptious tamales where all the donations go back to allowing WSWA to organize much needed dental, legal, medical, food benefits and more while organizIng to change deep-rooted poverty conditions. They will also give us an update on their crucial work and talk about how we can support their efforts.
    Join Social Justice Saturday Afternoon Forum

    Support for the Black Lives Matter Movement
    On July 19, 2020, the UUCA Board and Social Justice Committee issued a statement of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. View the statement

    Coronavirus Information
    Gov. Newsom: Guidelines for Reopening Churches
    May 26, 2020 guidelines on reopening religious institutions:
    social distancing of 6 feet per person, attendance limits.

    Updated Recommendations for Your Congregation's Response to COVID-19



    Posted Jan 20, 2021, 11:47 AM by G_ Shogie
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