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Worship Services

churchWelcome to the Long Beach Unitarian Universalist worship page.
During the summer months, there is only one worship service and program for our children and youth. These are at 10:00 am.

Worship Services from September to mid-June are at 9:00 am and 11:00 am.  (between Christmas and New Years only one service at 10:00) Kindergarteners through high school aged youth participate in the first part of the service at the 9:00 am and 11:00 am service. 

We have two Sunday programs for our children and youth. The 9:00 am service, the first service, has a multi-age class from K-5th grade. (no preschool). Middle and High Schoolers are welcome and encouraged to participate in following capacities: nursery assistants, teacher assistants, greeters, ushers, sound, facilitate youth chapel once per month, and assist with Faith in Action.

The 11:00 am service, the 2nd service is grouped by age or class: Preschool, three and four year olds, Kindergarten-Second Grade, Third-Fifth Grade, Middle School and High School youth.

Infants and preschoolers may be taken to their classrooms ten minutes before both services. During Intergenerational Services children and youth remain in the worship service.

After service, please join us for coffee or tea and conversation on the West Patio. Welcome.

 
Sunday, May 28, 2017 – 9 and 11 am

"If Music Be the Food of Love"

It is with the power of music, we live through our own struggles, pain and happiness. Let us worship in prayers of love and faith through the magnificent music by composers of the Romantic and Contemporary periods.

Worship Leaders: Cris Law, Acting Director of Music and Reverend James Ishmael Ford

 
Sunday, June 4, 2017 – 9 and 11 am

"A Better Way: A Sermon for a Universalist Pentecost"

In the Christian liturgical calendar, today is Pentecost Sunday, the celebration of when the holy spirit descended upon the apostles. James thinks there's a point in heere for religious liberals. 

Worship Leader: Reverend James Ford