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Unitarian Universalism is a liberal religion that is, a religion that keeps an open mind to the religious and philosophical questions people struggle with in all times and places. We encourage exploration of many religions and philosophies, without requiring adherence to any particular dogma. Based on our belief that religion at its best seeks to improve the world, we encourage and support the involvement of our members in social activism.

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Sunday Service

Mission Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Intersectionality in our system of White Supremacy How do the intersections of race, sex, gender, ability, class and age intertwine in the systems our culture propagates? How does the intersectionality many of our fellow humans experience differ from ours? This Sunday we will explore how we can challenge these systems of oppression to allow the full expression of each individual. Rev. Jo Green will lead the service and assisting will be Worship Associate Allysson McDonald. Jay Steele will provide our music. Our offering will be donated to the Segorea Te Land Trust, an Ohlone organization, in honor of Indigenous People’s Day. Mission Peak’s Sunday services typically last about 75 minutes and include the following: music, a children’s story, sharing of joys and concerns, singing of songs, readings, and a sermon. Some Sundays we have a choir, sometimes a band, and other times we have a soloist. Our minister preaches several times a month. At other times we have a lay leader or a guest speaker. We suggest that you come at least three times to get some idea of what our congregation is like. We invite you to stay for light refreshments and conversation following the service. What should my children and I wear? We are an informal group. Wear what feels comfortable to you. Some wear dresses, others wear a shirt and tie, while some wear a t-shirt and jeans or shorts. There is no dress code, but most opt for "business casual". Kids just wear their weekend clothing. Dress for what you'll be doing later! Is there child care/Sunday school during the service? Infant, toddler and preschool care is available in the nursery during services. Children are part of the adult service through the opening hymn and story for all ages. Kindergarten through 7th grade children then go to grouped Religious Education classes for the rest of the service. The 8th through 12th grade Youth Group alternates meeting at this time every other week. If my child doesn’t separate well, can my child stay with me during the service? Your child is always welcome to stay with you. We also have speakers on the patio if you need to take your child outside for a few minutes. Are all people welcome in this congregation? We welcome all people who share our values, regardless of race, age, gender or sexual orientation, ethnicity, cultural heritage, social status, or physical ability. Are there people in the congregation who hold beliefs different from mine? Yes. Unitarian Universalists affirm a diversity of religious ideas and support spiritual development guided by freedom, reason, and conscience.

Sunday Service

Mission Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Intersectionality in our system of White Supremacy How do the intersections of race, sex, gender, ability, class and age intertwine in the systems our culture propagates? How does the intersectionality many of our fellow humans experience differ from ours? This Sunday we will explore how we can challenge these systems of oppression to allow the full expression of each individual. Rev. Jo Green will lead the service and assisting will be Worship Associate Allysson McDonald. Jay Steele will provide our music. Our offering will be donated to the Segorea Te Land Trust, an Ohlone organization, in honor of Indigenous People’s Day. Mission Peak’s Sunday services typically last about 75 minutes and include the following: music, a children’s story, sharing of joys and concerns, singing of songs, readings, and a sermon. Some Sundays we have a choir, sometimes a band, and other times we have a soloist. Our minister preaches several times a month. At other times we have a lay leader or a guest speaker. We suggest that you come at least three times to get some idea of what our congregation is like. We invite you to stay for light refreshments and conversation following the service. What should my children and I wear? We are an informal group. Wear what feels comfortable to you. Some wear dresses, others wear a shirt and tie, while some wear a t-shirt and jeans or shorts. There is no dress code, but most opt for "business casual". Kids just wear their weekend clothing. Dress for what you'll be doing later! Is there child care/Sunday school during the service? Infant, toddler and preschool care is available in the nursery during services. Children are part of the adult service through the opening hymn and story for all ages. Kindergarten through 7th grade children then go to grouped Religious Education classes for the rest of the service. The 8th through 12th grade Youth Group alternates meeting at this time every other week. If my child doesn’t separate well, can my child stay with me during the service? Your child is always welcome to stay with you. We also have speakers on the patio if you need to take your child outside for a few minutes. Are all people welcome in this congregation? We welcome all people who share our values, regardless of race, age, gender or sexual orientation, ethnicity, cultural heritage, social status, or physical ability. Are there people in the congregation who hold beliefs different from mine? Yes. Unitarian Universalists affirm a diversity of religious ideas and support spiritual development guided by freedom, reason, and conscience.

Sunday Service

Mission Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Intersectionality in our system of White Supremacy How do the intersections of race, sex, gender, ability, class and age intertwine in the systems our culture propagates? How does the intersectionality many of our fellow humans experience differ from ours? This Sunday we will explore how we can challenge these systems of oppression to allow the full expression of each individual. Rev. Jo Green will lead the service and assisting will be Worship Associate Allysson McDonald. Jay Steele will provide our music. Our offering will be donated to the Segorea Te Land Trust, an Ohlone organization, in honor of Indigenous People’s Day. Mission Peak’s Sunday services typically last about 75 minutes and include the following: music, a children’s story, sharing of joys and concerns, singing of songs, readings, and a sermon. Some Sundays we have a choir, sometimes a band, and other times we have a soloist. Our minister preaches several times a month. At other times we have a lay leader or a guest speaker. We suggest that you come at least three times to get some idea of what our congregation is like. We invite you to stay for light refreshments and conversation following the service. What should my children and I wear? We are an informal group. Wear what feels comfortable to you. Some wear dresses, others wear a shirt and tie, while some wear a t-shirt and jeans or shorts. There is no dress code, but most opt for "business casual". Kids just wear their weekend clothing. Dress for what you'll be doing later! Is there child care/Sunday school during the service? Infant, toddler and preschool care is available in the nursery during services. Children are part of the adult service through the opening hymn and story for all ages. Kindergarten through 7th grade children then go to grouped Religious Education classes for the rest of the service. The 8th through 12th grade Youth Group alternates meeting at this time every other week. If my child doesn’t separate well, can my child stay with me during the service? Your child is always welcome to stay with you. We also have speakers on the patio if you need to take your child outside for a few minutes. Are all people welcome in this congregation? We welcome all people who share our values, regardless of race, age, gender or sexual orientation, ethnicity, cultural heritage, social status, or physical ability. Are there people in the congregation who hold beliefs different from mine? Yes. Unitarian Universalists affirm a diversity of religious ideas and support spiritual development guided by freedom, reason, and conscience.

Sunday Service

Mission Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Intersectionality in our system of White Supremacy How do the intersections of race, sex, gender, ability, class and age intertwine in the systems our culture propagates? How does the intersectionality many of our fellow humans experience differ from ours? This Sunday we will explore how we can challenge these systems of oppression to allow the full expression of each individual. Rev. Jo Green will lead the service and assisting will be Worship Associate Allysson McDonald. Jay Steele will provide our music. Our offering will be donated to the Segorea Te Land Trust, an Ohlone organization, in honor of Indigenous People’s Day. Mission Peak’s Sunday services typically last about 75 minutes and include the following: music, a children’s story, sharing of joys and concerns, singing of songs, readings, and a sermon. Some Sundays we have a choir, sometimes a band, and other times we have a soloist. Our minister preaches several times a month. At other times we have a lay leader or a guest speaker. We suggest that you come at least three times to get some idea of what our congregation is like. We invite you to stay for light refreshments and conversation following the service. What should my children and I wear? We are an informal group. Wear what feels comfortable to you. Some wear dresses, others wear a shirt and tie, while some wear a t-shirt and jeans or shorts. There is no dress code, but most opt for "business casual". Kids just wear their weekend clothing. Dress for what you'll be doing later! Is there child care/Sunday school during the service? Infant, toddler and preschool care is available in the nursery during services. Children are part of the adult service through the opening hymn and story for all ages. Kindergarten through 7th grade children then go to grouped Religious Education classes for the rest of the service. The 8th through 12th grade Youth Group alternates meeting at this time every other week. If my child doesn’t separate well, can my child stay with me during the service? Your child is always welcome to stay with you. We also have speakers on the patio if you need to take your child outside for a few minutes. Are all people welcome in this congregation? We welcome all people who share our values, regardless of race, age, gender or sexual orientation, ethnicity, cultural heritage, social status, or physical ability. Are there people in the congregation who hold beliefs different from mine? Yes. Unitarian Universalists affirm a diversity of religious ideas and support spiritual development guided by freedom, reason, and conscience.

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