Rev. Cyndi Simpson


In celebration of Martin Luther King Day, let’s hear about one way we can begin to right the wrongs to African-American people. View a pdf copy of the story preceding the sermon: Greenwood, Oklahoma by Rev. Cyndi Simpson View a pdf copy of the sermon: Reparations – Jan. 21, 2018 by Rev. Cyndi Simpson


Last Spring we heard from Rev Florence Caplow, a wildlife biologist, about resilience from her perspective. Today, we hear of resilience again, from Cyndi’s public health viewpoint. It is good news, indeed, about what Intention can accomplish in our lives.

Christmas Eve Service

In a traditional service of Readings and Carols, we will hear again the story of the birth of Jesus. We will reflect on where the hope can be found for Unitarian Universalists in the Jesus story. Our offering will support the Minister’s Discretionary Fund.


We will celebrate Thanksgiving with a Bread Communion. Please bring a bit of bread to share that reflects your family’s and/or your cultural traditions.  

A People of Abundance

What does it mean to be a people of abundance, in our lives and here at Second Unitarian? Especially – what does it mean when we might have such strong feelings of fear, hopelessness and scarcity right now?  

Our Beloved Dead

In keeping with the practices of faiths and cultures worldwide, we will observe a remembrance of our beloved dead. Please bring pictures and/or mementos of your beloved who have passed – family, friends, animals. We will build an altar, hear a story and re-connect with those who have gone before.  

White Supremacy Teach-In

Last May, at the request of Black Lives of UU, we held our first White Supremacy Teach-In. We will reflect and learn more and also hear about our responses to critical questions from last Spring’s Teach-In. Additional resources viewed during this worship service: Music video: Chains by Usher, Nas and Bibi Bourelly. Video: Michael E. Dyson’s Why white … Continued