…a sanctuary for diversity, spiritual growth, and social justice
…nuestra misión es ser un santuario de diversidad, crecimiento espiritual y justicia social
Unitarian Universalist Church of the Desert
a community committed to compassion
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10 – 11 am
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In this church community we strive to Affirm and Promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person (our first Principle), to welcome and celebrate the full humanity and every person, in just, loving, and tangible ways. No exception. We invite you to include yourself in that blessing.
We welcome all people regardless of race, color, creed, political persuasion and sexual orientation. Our church has no required system of belief, rather we explore and share a variety of spiritual experience so each of us can develop an understanding meaningful to us personally.
There is a great need for a restoration of justice in our world, addressing issues of age, gender, economics, physical and mental ability, sexual orientation and more. In particular, the need exists for us personally and institutionally to be willing to see, reckon with, and change the history of injustice towards people of color into a future of greater equality for all who have been marginalized by a dominant culture.
It doesn’t matter
where you or your ancestors are from, who you love, your gender identity, your theology, politics, or your immigration status, we welcome all those who are committed to our core values as expressed in our seven principles.
we come to this place to share our hopes, dreams and visions. We seek to build a diverse and inclusive community that honors our first principle: the inherent worth and dignity of every being.
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Upcoming Worship Services
Worship Leader: Rev. Jen Simon Worship Associate: Sarita Gonzales In the past several years, Black writers such as Ibram Kendi, Ijeoma Oluo, and Adrienne Maree Brown have given us valuable advice on becoming actively anti-racist in our personal lives and our communi...
Worship Leaders: Rev. Ian W. Riddell Worship Associate: Bob Rancourt Our fourth principle calls us to a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. What does it mean to be responsible in our search for meaning and how do we live out the results of our search...