Upcoming Services
Sundays at 10:00 AM

Rev. Hannah Petrie

March 15 
March 22

Dear Members and Friends of the UU Church of Studio City,
Because we care about the well-being of the congregation in the midst of the global pandemic, and the Unitarian Universalist Association has strongly recommended we avoid gatherings of 25 people or more, we will not be conducting worship on March 15.

The following Sunday, March 22, we plan to have worship available via Facebook live streaming and will share  the details for how to access it in a few days.
Please take good care of yourselves. While we don't know what the immediate future will bring, hold fast to the faith that this too shall pass. We look forward to when we meet together again in-person, and count our blessings with renewed vigor and love.

Rev. Hannah Petrie

March 29
Rev. Hannah

Hymns of Home
Our theme this Sunday is about how we embrace simplicity at this time of paring down.  What are, our "Hymns of Home"?  As a special treat, Nick Pierone will sing and perform on his guitar "Simple Man" by Lynyrd Skynyrd. This is one of my all-time favorite songs, and the seed of inspiration for this service

This Zoom link will work for all Sunday worships, but we will send it via email every Friday for your convenience. Please feel free to invite your family and friends to join us by sharing this link with them.

February 16
Rev. Hannah

Black History Series
Part 1:  Zora and Langston
When it comes to Black History, there is as much to celebrate as well as recall with grim reflection.  We begin a two-part sermon series for Black History Month with celebration, as we re-visit the Harlem Renaissance and two key figures who were gifted authors, Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes.  What can we glean from their story that is relevant to today's world?

February 23
Rev. Hannah

Black History Series
Part 2:  Reading Between the Lies
Let's be clear, Black History IS American History.  The ability to intuit when we need to "read between the lies" applies to all of our history.  This Sunday we reflect on how we can do this, with the help of Dick Gregory and his 2017 book, "Defining Moments in Black History:  Reading Between the Lies."  On Amazon, it says about the author:  "With his trademark acerbic wit, incisive humor, and infectious paranoia, one of our foremost comedians and most politically engaged civil rights activists looks back at 100 key events from the complicated history of black America."

March 1
Rev. Hannah

Women's Wisdom

WISDOM is our Worship Theme for March.  Had Caesar been wiser on the Ides of March, perhaps it would have saved him.  But that is ancient history. For millennia men have hogged the spotlight when it comes to history, wisdom, politics, etc. Need I go on?  In the Centennial Year of women winning the right to vote in our country, we will shift our gaze toward the thinking and ideas of an alternative gender.  For this sermon we will focus on the wisdom of the grandmothers.


March 8
Men's Fellowship of UUCSC

Men's Fellowship of UUCSC
Gratittude service honoring "Man of the Year" Jon Bassinger-Flores.
Since 2017, the Men's Fellowship of UUCSC has been one of our strongest fellowship groups.  All who identify as men are welcome to attend their monthly lunches and meetings and participate in their active support for service projects for the congregation.