Sunday Worship Service
Please join us for worship this Sunday via Zoom! This Zoom link is active every Sunday for service. We will also send it via email each week for your convenience. Please feel free to share this link with your family and friends so they may join us.
See you Sunday! Rev. Hannah
Building and Grounds Work Party
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
OPEN FORUM: Transforming Hearts Collective
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
The Welcoming Congregation Committee is sponsoring an open discussion on the Bull’s Eye Model, described in Module 5. Click HERE to get a copy of the model.
The link for this workshop is the same as for our Sunday morning worship service. Nicole Thibadeaux and Jolly Hollamon will serve as co-facilitators. Participants will also be placed into smaller “breakout rooms” for deeper discussion.
For more information, contact Barbara Allen, email@example.com.
Women's Book Discussion Group
Our March book selection is the classic story Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery. We’ve chosen this book because it is readily available in libraries--and if you’ve read it years ago, it’s worth taking a second look!
If you’d like to prepare for our upcoming discussions, here are our next two selections: My Own Words by Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Caste, the Origins of Our Discontent by Isabel Wilkerson. Since the wait list for the library can be quite long, start your library search now so that you can obtain these excellent books!
Nancy Holland will facilitate the next book discussion and will send out the Zoom link before the March meeting.
For more information, contact Margery Pope, firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry
Remembering Dorothy Wait
Gun Violence Prevention Promise Seeking New Direction
For some time now, our group, Gun Violence Prevention Promise, has been looking for new directions for our work, a search heightened with the passing of Dorothy Wait, the founder and inspiration behind GVPP, and now significantly intensified by the events of January 6 in Washington, DC.
We seek to embrace the “8th Principle,” knowing it has to do with putting words to deeds. We realize that this might well be the much-needed localized focus we have been seeking that would give our congregation a greater voice in curbing gun violence.
And so we look forward to participating in the effort to respond to the 8th Principle as laid out during the worship service on January 10. We welcome any calls to provide information and witness where applicable during the coming months. For more information, contact Gil Shorr, email@example.com.
Houseless Drop-in Center Task Force
Community Needs Form
Wall of Love and Remembrance
Office Space Available For Rent
Private workspace is available in our building.
Newly renovated spaces. WiFi Internet access. Dry erase boards, table and chairs. Lots of natural light. Click here to for details.
Playground Access for Families
The UUCSC Playground is available by reservation to families who are part of the UUCSC community. Families not part of the community may also schedule a reservation for the space with a recommendation from a community member. This is a great way to spend some time outside with your family!
Reservations are available on first come, first served basis. In order to observe COVID-19 safety measures, one reservation will be allowed access per day.
Caring Committee Cares About You
Watch Previous Services
7:00 - 8:30 PM
In-person choir rehearsals are on hiatus. However, we are continuing to meet Monday nights via this Zoom link. Anthony Concepcion, our Music Coordinator, has planned a variety of activities for choir members and anyone else interested joining in. For more information, contact Anthony at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gentle Yoga with Bonnie
Social Justice Support Meeting
1st Sunday of the month
Are you looking for clarity and honest conversations around tough social issues? The Social Justice Support Meetings provide a safe space to ask questions, vent frustrations, and gain understanding around justice issues both big and small. No prior justice work is needed to attend, just an open heart and the ability to give each attendee respect. Please contact Committee Chair Antoinette Scully with questions and to request the meeting Zoom link.
Gun Violence Prevention Promise Meeting - On Sunday!
4th Tuesday of every month
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Co-chairs Frank Dungan and Babu Shankar invite all those who identify as men to join for fellowship, service to the congregation, and personal support.
For more information and a Zoom link, contact Babu at email@example.com.
Laugh Out Proud
1st Saturday of every month
Laugh Out Proud is the Unitarian Universalist Church of Studio City’s outreach program for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning communities.
Each month we gather together an array of fine talent from LA’s top comedy clubs to entertain our audience. We are building a community that appreciates comedy and supports LGBTQ identity. Straight allies are welcomed too, of course, as we laugh our way through the current crisis.
Contact Karen Renee at PriestessKarenRenee@gmail.com for more information.