Make a Difference
Adult Citizenship & Literacy Program We are a no-cost tutoring program serving immigrant adults in the community, teaching English language and helping them prepare for their Citizenship tests. To volunteer or learn more, contact Connie Molecke.
Earth Web We are committed to caring for the Earth. We are interested in both study and action in this endeavor. To find out how to join us in our work for Climate Justice, email Marilyn O’Boyle.
Landscape Committee If you enjoy being outside and working in your yard and would like to extend your hands to help the UU landscape thrive, our gardeners would enjoy having you. We work to maintain the congregation’s environmental values as a team, considering the campus as a whole made up of distinct areas that serve different functions. You can adopt an area to work! Join us! For more information, email Melisa Nicoud.
Covenant of UU Pagans (CUUPS) We’re Coyote Willow CUUPS! We celebrate pagan spirituality in a family-friendly environment and all are welcome to join us. Contact Victoria Rosquist for more information about our meetings and rituals.
Theology on Tap We explore spiritual and theological topics with our minds and hearts by reflecting on our experience. To hear about upcoming gatherings, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wisdom Circle Meet with other elder UUs to explore a new model of aging. We explore a different topic together each month on the 3rd Saturday morning. Email Jerilyn Bowen at email@example.com.
Find Fellowship & Support
Addiction Recovery Ministry Addictions present many challenges. Our faith provides strength and comfort with which to meet those challenges. A Recovery Ministry offers resources and information to support reflection and transparency, and to help those with addictions, their families, and their communities along the path to recovery. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about our regular meetings.
Covenant Groups These small groups (10 max) meet twice monthly October–April. They provide opportunities for deep listening and deep sharing in a safe environment. Each meeting has a different topic but follows the same format. For more information, contact email@example.com.
LGBTIQ+ Fellowship We share and provide support through our Facebook group and monthly virtual meetings. Join our Facebook group here.
Reading on Racism Book Club We meet monthly over Zoom to discuss books exploring anti-racism. Some titles we’ve explored include Thick by Tressie McMillan Cottom, The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson, and So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo. Come join us! Email Elly Van Mil for this month’s book and meeting time.
UU People of Color We welcome all self-identified people of color in our congregation to join us in creating and holding a safe, confidential, and brave place for self-reflection and for the sharing of our individual experiences, to be held in community and compassion. Contact Lucy Silva to connect.
Young Adults We are re-forming our group for adults ages 18-35 to share, live, grow, and love together. Come help us plan our next steps! Email Matt Pargeter-Villarreal to get started.
Chalice Choir We meet at 7:00 pm every Thursday, our regular choir night. New members are most welcome to join the choir. We’ll be taking some deep dives, listening to and studying major choral works, as well as rehearsing material for our virtual choir recordings. Contact Susan Peck.
Sol Singers Sol Singers connect, pray, and share songs every Monday at 5:30 pm. Our mission is Learn music by heart; share love with the community. Email Susan Peck.