The lay-led Unitarian Universalist Community of Cambria (UUCC) is in full gear, providing hybrid services both in-person and remotely via Zoom every Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m.  This Sunday, July 17, Jeff Walters, a local member of the UUCC, will deliver a very colorful and insightful talk on a less traveled viewpoint of existence titled Reality with a Twist (and other existential anomalies).

     The UUCC is honored to have Alan Salazar, a traditional storyteller, native educator, and tribal elder in both the Fernandeño Tataviam and Ventureño Chumash tribes speak at the July 24 service.  He will share his experiences not only about his craft but also his efforts to achieve tribal recognition from the federal government.  To complete the month of July, Susan Landau, a former member of the UUCC now living in Washington State, will return in person to our pulpit on July 31 to discuss women’s reproductive rights with a talk titled “Passionately Pro-Choice.” We will learn how UU values align with these rights. 

     Every August the UUCC hosts a special set of talks called the Summer Sermons by Other People Series.  Each Sunday in August, one of our members will read sermons written by some of the most prominent Unitarian Universalist leaders of this country. This program allows us to take a deep dive into all that is UU, experiencing some of the most profound aspects of our Seven Principles and Six Sources. Everyone is welcome to join us at 786 Arlington Street in the West Village or by Zoom found on our website at:  uuccambria.org.