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Welcome! You're invited to join us for worship on any Sunday.
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UUCA Upcoming Events

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Children & Youth Programs

UUCA has an energetic and passionate Lifespan Religious Education program for children and youth!
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Leadership Development Workshop Gets a Good Review

Karen Dill tells us about November 9th's workshop on leadership styles presented by UUCA's Leadership Development Committee.
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Sunday, November 24, 2019  9:15 & 11:15am
Rev. Mark Ward, Lead Minister

Who, What Deserves Our Attention?
In a world where so much shouts for attention, today we turn to people’s stories of hope gathered by our UU Service Committee that aren’t as loud as some but just as worthy. We will be invited to welcome these folks and many more like them as Guests at Our Table this holiday season.

 

Rev. Mark Ward

Rev. Mark Ward
Lead Minister

Rev. Ward offers spiritual leadership and a pastoral presence for the congregation and is chiefly responsible for its worship life. He also acts as chief of staff and oversees management of the congregation’s ministries. He was called as Lead Minister of UUCA in 2004.

To read Rev. Ward’s biography, click here.

Rev. Claudia Jimenez
Minister of Faith Development

Rev. Jimenez oversees the congregation’s pastoral and faith development ministries, working with the Lead Minister to provide a pastoral presence for the congregation.  She leads the faith development activities of our congregation, including educational activities for all age groups and small group ministries.  She also leads worship monthly. Rev. Jimenez was hired as Minister of Faith Development of UUCA in 2018.

To read Rev. Jimenez’s biography, click here.


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In Our Own Tongues (no audio or text available)

Sunday, November 17, 2019
Rev. Tamara Lebac, Guest Speaker
In the Hebrew scriptures, the story of the Tower of Babel, Yahweh separates the people into different languages to prevent them from becoming too powerful. What is the role of our similarities and differences related to our power? What are the differences that make a difference and keep us separated? Join me as we explore what these sources teach us about how to engage in our increasingly diverse church and world.
BIO: Tamara is a Unitarian Universalist minister who has served All Souls in Tulsa, West Shore UU in Rocky River, OH and First Unitarian Shaker Heights, OH. She is also a diversity trainer, certified executive coach, consultant and author. Tamara’s work is grounded in racial and restorative justice and the idea that our values should guide our priorities.